My article in the South China Morning Post on the recently adopted European Climate Law is online here.
The movements for gender equality and climate action are two of the great contemporary struggles for progress. They’re also closely linked. My article in Friday’s South China Morning Post on achieving these equally necessary and mutually reinforcing goals is online here.
Technological innovation has a vital role to play in meeting our climate objectives, and international RD&D collaboration can help. The launch event for the Technology Executive Committee publication on international collaborative RD&D is now online on ΥοuTube. Thanks to the participants from Future Cleantech Architects, Chile’s Ministry of Energy, the Indian Institute of Technology & … Continue reading Panel discussion: International collaborative RD&D for climate technologies
My recent article for the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter is online here.
New article in the latest issue of Carbon & Climate Law Review:
The new book "The Future of International Economic Law and the Rule of Law" has been published this month, edited by Professor Dr Rafael Leal-Arcas. My chapter, based on a presentation at a 2018 conference at Queen Mary University of London, is a comparative study of environmental project standards in the Belt and Road Initiative, … Continue reading Book chapter: Environmental standards in BRI, AIIB & BRICS NDB projects
My opinion article reflecting on what the pandemic reveals about the relationship between states, cities and citizenship is online at Neos Kosmos.
My Open Access article in the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law discusses the extension of the EU's 2030 climate and energy framework to the Energy Community contracting parties, national implementation and dispute settlement issues. Full text online here.
Last month saw the publication of a new book edited by Professor Peer Zumbansen: The Many Lives of Transnational Law: Critical Engagements with Jessup's Bold Proposal. The book collects the papers originally given at a 2016 conference at King’s College London than marked sixty years since Philip Jessup delivered his landmark lectures on ‘transnational law’. The conference … Continue reading Jessup at the United Nations: International legacy, transnational possibilities