In addition to UK and EU law, you may need to refer to international treaties, international court cases and documents from international agencies. Below are references to some frequently cited documents. These are the sources and citations used to explore the Paris Climate Agreement. This bibliography was published on Thursday, March 9, 2017 on Cite This For Me Your Bibliography: unfccc.int. The Paris Agreement – main page. [online] Available at: [Accessed March 9, 2017]. Here is OSCOLA`s complete guide to reference international law: www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/oscola_2006_citing_international_law.pdf ISCED documents in the following order: Author, «Title» Date s/Reference. Enter the title of a UN document only if it has been published as a book (i.e. it has an ISBN), in which case the UN Document number is not required. Cite the full titles in the first citation and the short titles later.
Their bibliography: Tambo, E., Duo-quan, W. and Zhou, X., 2016. Combating Air Pollution and Extreme Climate Change in China: Implementing the Paris Climate Agreement. Environment International, 95, 152-156. The most important international agreements on climate change are linked below. The full text of the treaty is linked and the UN Treaty website contains details about participants and important dates. Corfu Channel Case (UK v Albania) (Merits)  IGH Rep 4 Your Bibliography: Hàhne, N., Kuramochi, T., Warnecke, C., Rser, F., Fekete, H., Hagemann, M., Day, T., Tewari, R., Kurdziel, M., Sterl, S. and Gonzales, S., 2016. The Paris Agreement: Resolving the inconsistency between global goals and national contributions. Climate Policy, 17(1), 16-32.
UNHCR, Fourth Special Session, 23-24. Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the situation of human rights in East Timor (17 September 1999) 17 September 1999 Doc E/CN.4/S-4/CRP The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change N.B: Westlaw, Lexis and Bloomberg are limited to current students, teachers and staff at Columbia Law School. UNGA `Report of the Special Commission on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States` 25th Session Supp No. 18 UN Doc A/8018 (1970) In these databases you can search for specific journals or all available journals. Oscola`s Complete Guide to International Law can be found here: www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/oscola_2006_citing_international_law.pdf Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (adopted on 28 July 1951, entered into force on 22 April 1954) 189 UNTS 137 (Convention relating to the Status of Refugees) Art. 33 United Nations General Assembly «Report of the Secretary-General 65/190″ (2001) UN Document A/56/190 Newspapers are usually listed under secondary sources in all these databases or via the library of legal journals via Hein Online. This list of environmental magazines can be a useful starting point. These journals are particularly frequent in the publication of articles on international climate protection legislation. His bibliography: Bodansky, D., 2015.
The Paris Agreement of 12 December 2015 – legally binding instruments with regard to legally binding instruments. Environmental Legislation and Management, 27(5), 185-191. His bibliography: United Nations, 2016. Italicize the title of a UN document only if it has been published in book form (i.e. it has an ISBN), in which case the UN document number is not required. Quote the full titles in the first citation and the shortened titles after. .