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The 'Advance Interference-Like Effect' of Climate Targets: Fundamental Rights, Intergenerational Equity and the German Federal Constitutional Court
Journal of environmental law
Some climate lawsuits qualify as landmark cases, because they either mark an unexpected turning point in environmental jurisprudence, or they introduce a new conceptual analysis of the law vis-à-vis the global challenge of climate change. The decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court from March 2021 meets both criteria, it has already defined climate policy and law-making in Germany, and it revolutionised the traditional concept of 'interference' with fundamental rights under thedoi:10.1093/jel/eqab041 fatcat:o2kkbais6zbdrhkiv5xl5oodya