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"Fundamental right to climate protection" - Sabrina L. Stoll

It will soon be available on the website of our partner publisher, Dom Modesto, the recently published book "Direito fundamental à proteção climática" (Fundamental Right to Climate Protection) by our collaborator Sabrina L. Stoll.


The Ruptura project will also be promoting the online launch of the book in the coming weeks, with a lecture by Sabrina L. Stoll on the topics covered.


Confirms the opinion of the teacher Dr. Nicolau Cardoso Neto about the book:


“The work leads the reader to the perception of the construction of a fundamental right to the climate. It uses the systemic theory as a theoretical support, to describe the phenomenon that are associated with climate change, and that due to its high complexity to social systems, especially Science, Politics, Economics and Law, exposing that it needs to be better discussed and understood . (…) In addition to the theme being vibrant and involving a very serious and current problem, the author uses a vast theoretical framework to support her arguments, using several current authors in addition to the classics that address the subject. Which makes the reading of the work very interesting and relevant, in order to provoke reflection and awaken to the scope of climate law.”


Check out the summary of the work:


Summary

1. INTRODUCTION

2. RESEARCH STRUCTURE

2.1 The anthropocene and its new conflicts: disasters and climate

2.2 Polycontexts of science and politics: a necessary opening for a multifaceted and plural understanding of climate

2.2.1 context of sciencefor climate protection 2.2.1 Context of Science for Climate Protection

2.2.2 Policy context for climate protection

3. THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CLIMATE ASSIMILATION CONSTITUTIONALISM AS A GLOBAL RIGHT

3.1 The construction of the modern rule of law

3.2 The globalized and fragmented society and the construction of new constitutional paradigms

3.3 The greening of constitutions from global north to south

3.4 Climate as a global right

4. THE CONTEXT OF THE LAW: INCLUSION OF THE CLIMATE SYSTEM AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT IN THE BRAZILIAN CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER

4.1 The construction of a fundamental right to the climate

4.2 Climate litigation as a constitutional law assimilation movement

4.3 Analysis of proposed constitutional amendments 233/2019 and 37/2021

4.3.1 Proposed Amendment to the Constitution No. 233, of December 18, 2019

4.3.2 Proposed Amendment to the Constitution No. 37, of October 28, 2021

FINAL CONSIDERATIONS



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