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  “Survival by DegreesEpisode 3: Climate Change, Oceans and Gender     22 October 2021 Nilufar Oral National University of Singapore   New Books in International Law Edited by Irini Papanicolopulu, "Gender and the Law of the Sea" (Brill 2019) Oceans are inextricably linked to the climate. Today, oceans are warming up far more rapidly than they have in the past 65 million years, placing the spotlight on the important nexus between climate

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  “Survival by DegreesEpisode 4: Climate Change and Individual Moral Duties     2 December 2021 Anna Luisa Lippold Policy Advisor for Mobility, Urban and Rural Development at Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung   New Books in Philosophy Anna Luisa Lippold, "Climate Change and Individual Moral Duties" (Brill 2020) In the fourth episode of our new themed series Survival by Degrees, Dr. Anna Luisa Lippold, Policy Advisor for Mobility, Urban and Rural

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  “Survival by DegreesEpisode 1: Forces of Production, Climate Change, and Canadian Fossil Capitalism     22 September 2021 Nicolas Graham University of Victoria   New Books in Social Sciences Nicolas Graham, "Forces of Production, Climate Change and Canadian Fossil Capitalism" (Brill 2021) As one of the most serious threats to life on our planet, the climate crisis is no longer something we can address in the future, we must act on it now

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  “Survival by DegreesEpisode 2: Milieudefensie v. Shell: A Tipping Point in Climate Change Litigation against Corporations?     7 October 2021 Andreas Hösli University of Zurich   New Journal Article in International Law Andreas Hösli, "Milieudefensie et al. v. Shell: A Tipping Point in Climate Change Litigation against Corporations?" , in Climate Law In May 2021, a landmark court order from a district court in the Netherlands ruled that

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the world’s commitment to climate education, and incorporate climate change into our education systems. In a special episode that combines two of our ongoing themed series, Survival by Degrees and Quality Education, Radhika Iyengar and Christina T. Kwauk, co-editors of the Open Access book Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action , urge readers to pay attention to climate change in education, not just as a peripheral topic, but as a core part of curriculum design and implementation. Podcasts Brill's Humanities Matter podcast is available on Spotify