Some quick reflections on the COP26 climate conference, published by the Lowy Interpreter and online here.
The new book “The European Union and China’s Belt and Road: Impact, Engagement and Competition”, which I edited together with Vassilis Ntousas, has now been published by Routledge. Information from the publisher on the book is available here. A brief news item from Peking University is online here. With co-editor Vassilis Ntousas and our new … Continue reading New book: “The EU and China’s Belt & Road”
My article in the South China Morning Post on the recently adopted European Climate Law is online here.
Last week I delivered a lecture as part of the “Road to COP 26/CMA 3 Preparatory Lecture Series” co-hosted by the National University of Singapore-Centre for International Law, University of Durham Law School and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL). My lecture, delivered in a personal capacity, … Continue reading Lecture: Advancing Technology Development & Transfer under the Paris Agreement
It was a pleasure to participate in the panel discussion on “Climate diplomacy ahead of Glasgow COP26”, organised by the S&D Group in the European Parliament and the Global Progressive Forum 2021. The event is online on YouTube. (Source: S&D Group)
Peking University’s School of Transnational Law recently hosted a virtual lecture by Dr Michelle Lim on the theme of “Biodiversity 2050: Can the Convention on Biological Diversity Deliver a World Living in Harmony with Nature?”. Dr Lim is a senior lecturer at Macquarie Law School and discussed the current state of biodiversity and the particular … Continue reading Biodiversity 2050: Can the Convention on Biological Diversity Deliver a World Living in Harmony with Nature?
My recent article for the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter is online here.
My review of One Road, Many Dreams: China’s Bold Plan to Remake the Global Economy, by Daniel Drache, A.T. Kingsmith and Duan Qi, has been published on the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter site. It’s a very interesting book on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, well worth reading and still relevant, despite being published in late 2019.
New article in the latest issue of Carbon & Climate Law Review:
The UNFCCC Climate Dialogues offered an opportunity to look back on the Technical Examination Processes for both mitigation and adaptation. Here are my comments on the experience of the Technical Expert Meetings on Mitigation: