Trump & climate change: a speed bump not a roadblock

We learned of Trump’s election on the first Wednesday morning of the UN climate summit in Marrakech, COP22. This news was shocking to many who had gathered at the Bab Ighli conference venue to advance the urgent business of preventing

Trump & climate change: a speed bump not a roadblock

We learned of Trump’s election on the first Wednesday morning of the UN climate summit in Marrakech, COP22. This news was shocking to many who had gathered at the Bab Ighli conference venue to advance the urgent business of preventing

Event: London International Boundary Conference 2017

The 2017 London International Boundary Conference will be held on 5-6 June, hosted by Volterra Fietta and King’s College London. I will be chairing a panel on oil concessions and territorial definition. More information is available here.

Event: London International Boundary Conference 2017

The 2017 London International Boundary Conference will be held on 5-6 June, hosted by Volterra Fietta and King’s College London. I will be chairing a panel on oil concessions and territorial definition. More information is available here.

Audio: Brexit consequences for the UK & EU energy sectors

For the final Transnational Regulatory Governance event of the term, we welcomed Ms Ana Stanič from E&A Law and Dr Slawomir Raszewski from the European Centre for Energy and Resource Security to discuss what Brexit means for the UK and

Audio: Brexit consequences for the UK & EU energy sectors

For the final Transnational Regulatory Governance event of the term, we welcomed Ms Ana Stanič from E&A Law and Dr Slawomir Raszewski from the European Centre for Energy and Resource Security to discuss what Brexit means for the UK and

Video: Accelerating Climate Action Dialogue

I was very pleased to participate yesterday in the UNFCCC’s Accelerating Climate Action series of panel discussions here in Bonn. This series showcases the actions of both state and non-state actors implement ambitious climate plans in their various sectors, building

Video: Accelerating Climate Action Dialogue

I was very pleased to participate yesterday in the UNFCCC’s Accelerating Climate Action series of panel discussions here in Bonn. This series showcases the actions of both state and non-state actors implement ambitious climate plans in their various sectors, building

Call for applications: Summer COP@King’s – international climate negotiation masterclass

Applications are open to participate in Summer COP@King’s, an international climate change negotiation masterclass which will be held on 19 June at the Strand campus of King’s College London. Research, graduate and undergraduate students in Law are welcome to apply.   The

Call for applications: Summer COP@King’s – international climate negotiation masterclass

Applications are open to participate in Summer COP@King’s, an international climate change negotiation masterclass which will be held on 19 June at the Strand campus of King’s College London. Research, graduate and undergraduate students in Law are welcome to apply.   The

Ideas Lab in Climate Law & Finance

Earlier this year King’s College London hosted a roundtable on the topic of ‘Climate Law & Finance: Tragedy on the horizon or time for improvement?’. It was a very interesting discussion which featured both promising initiatives in the finance sector and

Ideas Lab in Climate Law & Finance

Earlier this year King’s College London hosted a roundtable on the topic of ‘Climate Law & Finance: Tragedy on the horizon or time for improvement?’. It was a very interesting discussion which featured both promising initiatives in the finance sector and

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be