The Role of International Law in Mitigating Climate Change: A Comprehensive Analysis from an International Perspective


  • Malik Fateen Ali Abbas
  • Dr. Shaukat Hussain Bhatti
  • Farwa Aziz


Climate change, International Law, International conventions, Environmental Governance, SDGs, Pollution, Social rehabilitation


Climate change is a global phenomenon with enormous significance for the international community, and it poses a severe threat to the planet and better survival of its inhabitants. Climate change is a complicated and multifaceted problem that demands a thorough and coordinated approach to solve it effectively. This research aims to investigate the role of international law in tackling climate change and examine the various legal components of this issue. The constructivist paradigm is used in this study, which takes a descriptive and qualitative approach. A detailed examination of the literature on climate change and international law is done to assess the numerous facets of this topic. The study examines the elements that cause climate change, the impact of climate change on the global community, and the corrective steps that can take to regulate this phenomenon. According to the study's conclusions, international law is essential in mitigating climate change by providing a legal foundation for collective action. The report also suggests that more efficient enforcement methods are required to ensure conformity with international law. The study indicates that international cooperation is required to address the issue of climate change, and international law serves as a framework for such cooperation. To address the difficulties of climate change, the report suggests the construction of more robust legal frameworks and implementation of more effective enforcement measures. The outcomes of the study will rehabilitate the society for sustainable development goals.