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Facilitating African Climate Change Adaptation Through Framework Laws

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/cclr/2019/4/4

Olivia Rumble


Adaptation to the impacts of climate change has consistently been a priority for African countries. Traditionally this issue has been expressed in policy instruments however a number of recent draft and final framework climate change laws in the region suggest a growing movement to translate and support adaptation policy into law. Not only do these draft and final laws have common themes but they present a compelling example of how adaptation can be addressed within a framework climate change law.

Olivia Rumble (South Africa) is a Director of Climate Legal and a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Town. For Correspondence <mailto:olivia@climatelegal.co.za>.

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