Hosted by Arpitha Kodiveri
Edited by Malavika VN
Across the world, courts have been the battleground where key climate legislation has come to life. But exactly what kind of role does the judicial system play in furthering climate action? Can it do any more than simply upholding laws? How can climate change activists make use of this system?
In conversation with Arpitha Kodiveri, a Doctoral Candidate at the European University Institute, César Rodríguez-Garavito — Director, Center for Human Rights and Global Justice and Visiting Professor, NYU Law — explains the role of courts and the legal system in furthering climate action.