Journal of Human Rights and the Environment – Volume 11 – Issue 1: (March 2020)
Volume 11 – Issue 1: (March 2020)
Online ISSN 1759-7196, Print ISSN 1759-7188
The relationship between human rights and the environment is fascinating, uneasy and increasingly urgent. This international journal provides a strategic academic forum for an extended interdisciplinary and multi-layered conversation that explores emergent possibilities, existing tensions, and multiple implications of entanglements between human and non-human forms of liveliness. We invite critical engagements on these themes, especially as refracted through human rights and environmental law, politics, policy-making and community level activisms.
Editorial Frames and contestations: environment, climate change and the construction of in/justice
Anna Grear and Julia Dehm
Contesting human rights and climate change at the UN Human Rights Council
M Joel Voss
Climate change denial as far-right politics: How abandonment of scientific method paved the way for Trump
Human rights vs. eco-justice: conflicts and other futures in urban open spaces in Cali, Colombia
Sabina Cardenas and Esteban Angulo
Climate change and displacement: protecting ‘climate refugees’ within a framework of justice and human rights
The swarm that we already are: artificially intelligent (AI) swarming ‘insect drones’, targeting and international humanitarian law in a posthuman ecology
Book review: Hope Johnson, International Agricultural Law and Policy: A Rights-Based Approach to Food Security (New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham 2018) 202 pp.
Book review: James R May and Erin Daly (eds), Human Rights and the Environment: Legality, Indivisibility, Dignity and Geography (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham 2019) 585 pp.
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