Petra Minnerop

Durham Law School, Durham University

Durham, DH1 3LE

Great Britain

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Climate Change and Causation. Joining Law and Climate Science on the basis of Formal Logic

Buffalo Journal of Environmental Law 27 (2020, Forthcoming)
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 07 Feb 2020 Last Revised: 18 Sep 2020
Petra Minnerop and Friederike Otto
Durham Law School, Durham University and University of Oxford
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Causation, climate change, climate litigation, probabilistic event attribution, factual causation, legal causation

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The Legal Effect of the ‘Paris Rulebook’ under the Doctrine of Treaty Interpretation

in P. Cameron, X. Mu and V. Roeben (eds), Global Energy in Transition. Towards rules-based multilateral governance of generation, markets and investment (Hart publishing, forthcoming 2020).
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 27 Dec 2019
Petra Minnerop
Durham Law School, Durham University
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Paris Agreement, Paris Rulebook, Treaty Interpretation, Nationally Determined Contribution, Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, International Law Commission

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The Classification of States and the Creation of Status within the International Community

Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, Volume 7, 2003
Number of pages: 104 Posted: 01 Jul 2019
Petra Minnerop
Durham Law School, Durham University
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rogue states, pariah states, international community, equality of states, status

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In Search of a Fair Share: Article 112 Norwegian Constitution, International Law and an Emerging Inter-Jurisdictional Discourse in Climate Litigation

Forthcoming, (2021) 44 Fordham Journal of International Law
Number of pages: 76 Posted: 02 Dec 2020 Last Revised: 04 Dec 2020
Petra Minnerop and Ida Roestgaard
Durham Law School, Durham University and Grette Law Firm
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Article 112 Norwegian Constitution, Climate Litigation, Greenhouse gas emissions, Inter-jurisdictional discourse, judicial review, margin of appreciation

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The First German Climate Case

Environmental Law Review 22(3) (2020), 215-226 DOI: 10.1177/1461452920948626
Posted: 09 Dec 2020
Petra Minnerop
Durham Law School, Durham University

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Climate Change, Climate Litigation, Duty to Protect, Fundamental Rights, German Climate Case