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3 reasons why arbitration and ADR should play a role in climate disputes

Saturday, 1st December 2019


ICC has published a new toolkit to streamline dispute resolution in relation to climate disputes.

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing our world today—causing a wide range of impacts affecting everyone, everywhere. We can only expect that the number of climate-related disputes will increase in the coming years.

So what can individuals, companies and governments do to navigate the complex, myriad risks associated with this global phenomenon? The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has developed a toolkit to help (and prepare) users and practitioners with these specialised cases to streamline their dispute resolution needs. The practical resource, Resolving Climate Change-Related Disputes through Arbitration and ADR, launches today in Paris, at an event hosted by White & Case.

Here’s why arbitration and ADR work for climate change-related disputes:"

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