Global climate justice and regime of international responsibility under international law
Yasmine Abdel Moneim
Climate change is the actual biggest challenge facing and threatening the entire planet. It is a global issueand a matter of concern for all humanity as it directly influences the general interest of humanity since the environment is a universal public property belonging to the common heritage of humanity. The excessive emission of greenhouse gas leads to a significant ecological disequilibrium. This paper examines the actual regime of state responsibility and the different ways of remedies under International Law rules and their impacts on enhancing the concept of global climate justice, which will definitely have a positive effect on the stability of international climate regime. This responsibility directly addresses the states not the private actors although they are the most active in the industrial field.