The present database is one among a number of similar projects, which catalogue jurisprudence relevant to climate change. These excellent databases complement the work of the CRRP.
The links below contain further information of interest to the context of climate litigation and human rights. These links will redirect to pages outside of this website, and the CRRP / UZH are not responsible for the content found therein.
Climate Case Chart
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University maintains two databases provides two databases of climate change case-law, one for the United States and one for the international context. Click here to access both databases.
Climate Change Laws of the World
The LSE’s Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment has compiled a database on climate laws, policies and litigation. Click here to access their database.
Australian CLimate Change Litigation
This database from the University of Melbourne records litigation on issues related to climate change in Australia. It covers not only cases related to human rights argumentation, but also those concerning mitigation, adaptation, corporate climate risk accountability, constitutional rights, and those that cases that broaden access to justice in climate cases. Access the database by clicking here.
Coming soon: C2LI
The Climate Change Litigation Initiative or “C2LI” is led by the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance in collaboration with the University of Geneva Faculty of Law and the Asia and Pacific Centre for Environmental Law at the National University of Singapore. It will be a web based platform focusing on climate litigation. It will be launched at COP26.