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Addressing the Global Climate Change Problem in GATT/WTO Law:

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The Vision of a New International Climate Law based on International Distributive Justice

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Affiliations: 1: LLB (Dubai police Academy) LLM (Sheffield), PhD (Portsmouth), Lecturer in Law, Dubai police academy, U.A.E. Head of evening studies section at Dubai police academy, the author may be contacted by email:; 2: LLB (Honours), LLM (Dhaka), M.Int'l. Law (ANu), PhD (Cambridge), FRSA, MCIArb, Chair in International Law and International Business Law, School of Law, University of Portsmouth, U.K. and Honorary Professorial Fellow, Centre for Energy, Petroleum, and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee; Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law, Paris; Advisory Board Member, the Institute of Transnational Arbitration, U.S.A., Member, Swiss Arbitration Association; Member, European Court of Arbitration. He is a founding member of the IDR Group® (international dispute resolution specialists:, based at Lamb Chambers, London. The author may be contacted by email:


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