Critical Analysis of the Current Legal Response to the Climate Change

  • Gaurav Saxena
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  • Gaurav Saxena

    Assistant Professor at Sangam University Bhilwara, India

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Climate change legal framework done by the UNFCC( United Nation framework Convention on Climate Change ) as Issued guidelines about to stabilize atmospheric concentration of the Green House Gases . This was Starred from Kyoto Protocol 1992 to BOON Climate change Conference June 2023. Though The doctrine of sustainable development, the “polluter pays” principle and the precautionary principle were all first acknowledged by the judiciary before these principles were explicitly embedded in environmental legislation as in India as National Green Tribunal in 2010. Globally we Stockholm, Paris agreement and more but we have to had a New Climate Law as Universal Human right Declaration which one binding on all over the world . New Change we are from Carbon free to Carbon Clean environment. With the Paris Agreement, countries established an enhanced transparency framework (ETF). Under ETF, which one will start in 2024. countries of the world will report transparently and specially on works are taken and progress with achievements in the climate change mitigation, adaptation and security measures and support provided or received by other countries of the world .


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 38 - 45


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