This report focuses specifically on the legal aspects of these arrangements. It aims to provide an overview of the ways in which different legal measures and tools work and their general relevance for adaptation and efforts to respond to climate risks.
Part II provides an overview of the legal system and the role that legal tools can play in climate change adaptation. Part III highlights the different legal tools and measures that each area of law can provide. Part IV considers the way in which legal tools can incorporate and communicate information about climate risks. Three case studies in Part V show the range and combination of legal tools and measures that can operate in a single context.