Category Archives: Transnational law

IUCN: Keeping it Legal at the UNFCCC COP 23

During the climate conference in Bonn, I was delighted to participate in IUCN’s Law Day, which hosted sessions on the legal response to climate change and, in particular, how the IUCN’s Environmental Law Centre and World Commission on Environmental Law

IUCN: Keeping it Legal at the UNFCCC COP 23

During the climate conference in Bonn, I was delighted to participate in IUCN’s Law Day, which hosted sessions on the legal response to climate change and, in particular, how the IUCN’s Environmental Law Centre and World Commission on Environmental Law

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

New paper: Post-Paris / Post-Trump: The Green Climate Fund and Climate Finance Governance in the Eye of the Storm

A new paper by Dr Megan Bowman and me looks at the current challenges and opportunities of the Green Climate Fund. The paper is part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series and looks at the GCF’s situation following the

New paper: Post-Paris / Post-Trump: The Green Climate Fund and Climate Finance Governance in the Eye of the Storm

A new paper by Dr Megan Bowman and me looks at the current challenges and opportunities of the Green Climate Fund. The paper is part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series and looks at the GCF’s situation following the

Stress Testing the Law of the Sea conference brings global leaders on oceans law & policy to London

A two-day conference at King’s College London brought together leading practitioners and scholars to examine pressing challenges of maritime peace, security and environmental protection. ‘Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters and New Challenges’ was held on

Stress Testing the Law of the Sea conference brings global leaders on oceans law & policy to London

A two-day conference at King’s College London brought together leading practitioners and scholars to examine pressing challenges of maritime peace, security and environmental protection. ‘Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters and New Challenges’ was held on

Event invitation: The future of EU climate & energy diplomacy

We will be hosting a panel discussion on the future of European Union climate change and sustainable energy diplomacy, to analyse the direction and ongoing salience of EU climate diplomacy, held in the weeks prior to the COP22 climate conference in

Event invitation: The future of EU climate & energy diplomacy

We will be hosting a panel discussion on the future of European Union climate change and sustainable energy diplomacy, to analyse the direction and ongoing salience of EU climate diplomacy, held in the weeks prior to the COP22 climate conference in

Video: Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week’s Transnational Law Institute launch is now online: My presentation begins at 1:27, on the topic of “Between doctrine and diplomacy: Transnational law in contemporary international relations”.

Video: Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week’s Transnational Law Institute launch is now online: My presentation begins at 1:27, on the topic of “Between doctrine and diplomacy: Transnational law in contemporary international relations”.

Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week I was pleased to participate in the launch of the Transnational Law Institute (which actually started up in academic year 2014-15). A tremendous group of people came together to celebrate a young institution that’s doing interesting things. I

Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week I was pleased to participate in the launch of the Transnational Law Institute (which actually started up in academic year 2014-15). A tremendous group of people came together to celebrate a young institution that’s doing interesting things. I

Event: U.S. Law & the Paris Agreement

On 4 May, Professor David A. Wirth of Boston College Law School will speak at the Transnational Law School on the topic of “Cracking the American climate negotiators’ hidden code: United States law and the Paris Agreeement”. Event details online

Event: U.S. Law & the Paris Agreement

On 4 May, Professor David A. Wirth of Boston College Law School will speak at the Transnational Law School on the topic of “Cracking the American climate negotiators’ hidden code: United States law and the Paris Agreeement”. Event details online

Article: Why the Paris Agreement is good news for climate technology

My article on the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Technology Mechanism is online at Global Policy.

Article: Why the Paris Agreement is good news for climate technology

My article on the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Technology Mechanism is online at Global Policy.

Working paper: The Rise of Transnational Networks in Climate Change Governance: A Study in Hybridity

In October I gave a presentation to the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Colloquium on the topic of ‘The Rise of Transnational Networks in Climate Change Governance: A Study in Hybridity’. Following very helpful feedback from CTLS students, I have

Working paper: The Rise of Transnational Networks in Climate Change Governance: A Study in Hybridity

In October I gave a presentation to the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Colloquium on the topic of ‘The Rise of Transnational Networks in Climate Change Governance: A Study in Hybridity’. Following very helpful feedback from CTLS students, I have