The ‘Adjudicating the Future’ symposium on climate change and the rule of law was held last week at King’s College London, the UK Supreme Court and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. My interviews with a number of participants are online here, including:
- Lavanya Rajamani, Professor, Centre for Policy Research, on the topic of the UNFCCC and the Paris climate change conference.
- Roger Cox, Partner, Paulussen Advocaten, on the topic of the Urgenda court decision and the IPCC.
- Liz Fisher, Professor of Environmental Law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, on the ‘Adjudicating the Future’ symposium and the legal profession and academia’s response to climate change.
- Scott Fulton, President, Environmental Law Institute and former General Counsel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, on the American courts’ climate rulings and the work of the ELI and UNEP on strengthening judicial capacity and rule of law for environmental protection.
- Justice Brian Preston, Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales, on the value of climate judgments and the International Bar Association’s project to develop a model statute for climate law.