La réception du droit international de l'environnement par le juge national dans le cadre des poursuites climatiques de droit interne

Abstract : On a global scale, a real movement of climatic cases has emerged since the advent of the 21st century. Whether to hold polluting companies accountable or to urge a state to act in the face of climate change risks, more and more states are concerned by the growing phenomenon of "climate litigation under domestic law. In the course of these proceedings, the national judge is often, in spite of himself, forced to leave his comfort zone, whereas many of these prosecutions may refer to legal concepts little used in domestic law, such as international custom and international texts, including flexible agreements like the Paris Agreement. How does the judge consider these legal elements? What effect could a possible Global Compact for the environment have on the climate action movement? What are the variations to be taken into account when a lawsuit is introduced in a "monist" state or in a "dualist" state?
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Sébastien Denoncourt. La réception du droit international de l'environnement par le juge national dans le cadre des poursuites climatiques de droit interne. Droit. Université Laval (Québec, Canada). Faculté de droit; Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2019. Français. ⟨tel-02175670⟩

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