Oslo Principles on Global Climate Change Obligations

ENVIRONMENT, 13 Apr 2015

Antonio C. S. Rosa, editor – TRANSCEND Media Service

On March 1, 2015, a group of experts in international law, human rights law, environmental law, and other law adopted the Oslo Principles on Global Obligations to Reduce Climate Change.

The experts came from universities, national and international courts, and organizations located in every region of the world.

Based on extensive legal research and discussions over a period of several years, which culminated in a meeting in Oslo, Norway, in 2014, the undersigned experts adopted the following principles:


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