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Klimaschutz und Städte – Perspektiven des öffentlichen Rechts

Sabine Schlacke

Cities drive climate change and suffer from its consequences at the same time. After describing cities’ transformative potential and analysing cities’ duties regarding climate change from an international, EU and German law perspective, the contribution looks more closely at German cities’ use of planning as a tool for mitigating climate change and the legal prerequisites (necessary) to enable cities in combating climate change. This includes an analysis of current jurisprudence of the German Federal Constitutional Court and of administrative courts.

Die Verfasserin ist Inhaberin des Lehrstuhls für Öffentliches Recht, insb. Verwaltungs- und Umweltrecht sowie Leiterin des Instituts für Umwelt-, Energie- und Seerecht (IfEUS) der Universität Greifswald.


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