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The 2017 Inter-American Court’s Advisory Opinion: changing the paradigm for international environmental law in the Anthropocene
The state of our environment is continuously deteriorating, and the frame of the ‘Anthropocene’ calls for transformative laws that respond to the current socio-ecological crisis. Since environmental diplomacy has signally failed to respond to current challenges, courts are being confronted with crucial questions that fundamentally address whether existing legal tools...
COVID-19 and Amazonia: Rights-based approaches for the pandemic response
COVID-19 has shed light on humanity’s interconnectedness with nature. The protection of biodiversity is essential to prevent future pandemics and protect human health. With rising deforestation levels, the Amazon basin is a centre stage in this debate. Lacking a regional strategy to protect the rainforest, Amazon countries are failing to...
Cities and Pandemics:Towards a More Just,Green and Healthy Future – Report by UN Habitat
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Food system impacts on biodiversity loss. Three levers for food system transformation in support of nature – Chathman House Report
"This paper explores the role of the global food system as the principal driver of accelerating biodiversity loss. It explains how food production is degrading or destroying natural habitats and contributing to species extinction. The paper outlines the challenges and trade-offs involved in redesigning food systems to restore biodiversity and/or...
Global Climate Litigation Report 2020 STATUS REVIEW – UNEP
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COVID-19, Food loss and waste
Food loss and waste during COVID-19 pandemics: useful readings here Check the "Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste" and the "Policy Support and Governance Gateway"
The Next Pandemic Is Here
It is time to organize in fighting diseases that emerge from animals to impact humans and disrupt society. We can prevent zoonotic infections like the COVID-19 virus by drawing on principles of environmental laws protecting nature and limiting contact with wildlife. Full Article hereDownload
Food Law and Policy Clinic COVID-19 Response
The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) is engaged in an emergency response effort to address the impact that COVID-19 is having on our food systems. Their efforts include initiatives supporting donations of excess food due to closures of universities and other venues, analyzing opportunities to increase...