Romina Edith Pezzot



Romina Edith Pezzot is currently a PhD researcher in international law and a teaching assistant at the Geneva Graduate Institute. Her current research focus on the interaction between international environmental law, climate change law, international humanitarian law and the use of force. She holds a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires, and a master’s degree in international law from the Geneva Graduate Institute. For several years, she has also lectured public international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law at the University of Buenos Aires.

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To report or not to report GHG emissions in occupied territories. A practical approach for having a more accurate world count of global GHG emissions.

Climate change is a global environmental problem that needs the participation and cooperation of all States to effectively protect the Earth’s climate system for present and future generations. Despite the high number of States Parties that the UN climate change regime has, the regime is silent about who should report the green-house gases (GHG) emissions in occupied…

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