The Pacific State believes that is the opinion of the ICJ Beliefs contribute to the emergence of international law on material and human consequences Trouble Climate
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On Friday, September 24, the Vanuatu archipelago announced that it wanted to campaign for a joint approach before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which would seek legal advice from the United Nations High Court on the consequences. Climate crisis. Although the ICJ’s opinion is not bound, its government has said that the tiny Pacific state will contribute to the emergence of international law on the meaning and human impact of climate change.
A spokesman said Vanuatu would try to mobilize other countries to vote in favor of the initiative at the next UN General Assembly in September 2022, as a state could not seek legal advice from the ICJ in The Hague. He said the nation would coordinate its efforts with other Pacific island nations and countries with similar climate concerns.
The archipelago, which has a population of 300,000 over the past five years, has been hit by two Type 5 hurricanes and is threatened by rising sea levels. “Chapters of catastrophe caused by climate events are no longer exceptional, but, like other countries and regions, they are rapidly becoming common to all island nations.”The government said in a statement.