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Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh
Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh
Assistant Professor of Public International Law, Leiden University
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Sustainable development, poverty eradication and reducing inequalities
J Roy, P Tscharket, H Waisman, S Abdul Halim, P Antwi-Agyei, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2018
3132018
Loss and Damage and limits to adaptation: recent IPCC insights and implications for climate science and policy
R Mechler, C Singh, K Ebi, R Djalante, A Thomas, R James, P Tschakert, ...
Sustainability Science 15, 1245-1251, 2020
1112020
State responsibility, climate change and human rights under international law
M Wewerinke-Singh
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019
532019
Between negotiations and litigation: Vanuatu’s perspective on loss and damage from climate change
M Wewerinke-Singh, DH Salili
Climate Policy 20 (6), 681-692, 2020
502020
State Responsibility for Human Rights Violations Associated with Climate Change
M Wewerinke-Singh
Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Climate Governance, 75-89, 2018
362018
The Paris Agreement: Some Critical Reflections on Process and Substance
M Wewerinke-Singh, C Doebbler
University of New South Wales Law Journal 39, 1486, 2016
352016
The State of the Netherlands v Urgenda Foundation: Distilling best practice and lessons learnt for future rights‐based climate litigation
M Wewerinke‐Singh, A McCoach
Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 30 (2 …, 2021
252021
Remedies for human rights violations caused by climate change
M Wewerinke-Singh
Climate Law 9 (3), 224-243, 2019
252019
Exploring the Legal Basis of a Human Rights Approach to Climate Change
M Wewerinke, C Doebbler
Chinese Journal of International Law 10 (1), 2011
212011
Rights-based approaches to climate decision-making
S Jodoin, A Savaresi, M Wewerinke-Singh
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 52, 45-53, 2021
202021
Protection of climate displaced persons under international law: A case study from Mataso Island, Vanuatu
M Wewerinke-Singh, T Van Geelen
Melb. J. Int'l L. 19, 666, 2018
192018
When the kids put climate change on trial: youth-focused rights-based climate litigation around the world
L Parker, J Mestre, S Jodoin, M Wewerinke-Singh
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 13 (1), 64-89, 2022
172022
Addressing Climate Change through Sustainable Development and the Promotion of Human Rights
M Wewerinke, VPIII Yu
South Centre Research Paper, 2010
142010
Loss and damage and limits to adaptation: recent IPCC insights and implications for climate science and policy. Sustain Sci 15: 1245–1251
R Mechler, C Singh, K Ebi, R Djalante, A Thomas, R James, P Tschakert, ...
132020
Climate Migrants’ Right to Enjoy Their Culture
MM Wewerinke-Singh
Behrman, S. & Kent, A. (Eds), 'Climate Refugees: Beyond the Legal Impasse …, 2018
112018
The Role of the UN Human Rights Council in Addressing Climate Change
M Wewerinke
Human Rights and International Legal Discourse 7 (1), 2014
112014
Bringing climate change before the International Court of Justice: prospects for contentious cases and advisory opinions
M Wewerinke-Singh, J Aguon, J Hunter
Climate change litigation: Global perspectives, 393-414, 2021
92021
Eviction is not a disaster
J Day, M Wewerinke‐Singh, S Price
Development Policy Review, 2019
92019
Taking Climate Justice into Our Own Hands: A Model Climate Compensation Act
A Gage, M Wewerinke
West Coast Environmental Law & Vanuatu Environmental Law Association, 2015
92015
A human rights approach to energy: Realizing the rights of billions within ecological limits
M Wewerinke‐Singh
Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 31 (1), 16-26, 2022
82022
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