Renewable Energy Disputes Before International Economic Tribunals: A Case for Institutional 'Greening'?
Article from: OGEL 3 (2015), in Renewable Energy Disputes
In the first part of this paper the author will discuss the reasons in favour of "greening" international economic dispute settlement processes, in the case of RE-related disputes. It will be claimed that the resolution of RE-focussed trade and investment disputes impact the effectiveness of other regimes, notably environmental regimes. It will further be asserted that the "greening" of the dispute settlement process could result with a more balanced outcome, inter alia, by allowing arbitrators/panellist to better understand the impact of their decision, and enable them to reach a more ...