While talks regarding climate change are necessary, action is what is really needed. The
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea provides a potential for enforcement of climate change laws in that any member state that is not abiding by the obligations it agreed
to is vulnerable to a suit under the UNCLOS for its discretions. However, nothing can change until the major
players come to the table and agree to take action and be bound by their talks.
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| Posted by Brooklyn Hildebrandt on Wed. April 13, 2016 3:44 PM
Categories: Climate Change