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Why the planet needs legally binding obligations to limit climate-mitigation 'free-riders'

Despite the urgency of climate change, global efforts towards climate change mitigation have been ineffectual. Image: Unsplash.

Utkarsh Leo

Lecturer in Law at the School of Justice, University of Central Lancashire

Nidhi Singh

JSM, Stanford Law School

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