Last week I participated in a panel discussion on ICTs and climate change as part of the International Telecommunication Union's WSIS (World Summit on the Information Society) Forum 2022. The session was moderated by Dr. Suay M. Özkula (University of Trento) and also featured Dr Rose Mwebaza (Climate Technology Centre and Network) and Manfredi Caltagirone (International … Continue reading ICTs & climate change
I wrote a post for the blog of the Cambridge International Law Journal on the technology outcomes of the Glasgow climate conference, COP26. Online here.
The Technology Executive Committee has just published a new technical paper on emerging climate technologies in the energy supply sector. The paper (online here) reviews a group of emerging low greenhouse gas primary energy supply and transformation and storage technologies, and attempts to answer the following three questions for each technology: 1. What is this technology, … Continue reading Paper: Emerging climate technologies in the energy supply sector
As part of BVI Arbitration Week, the BVI International Arbitration Centre hosted a panel discussion on arbitration and climate change. I was pleased to participate, remotely from Glasgow, to discuss how arbitration can help to enforce stronger norms of climate action. The webinar is online here.
I recently participated in a roundtable discussion on the COP26 outcomes and the road ahead, co-hosted by the Centre for International Law-NUS, Durham Law School and the IUCN WCEL. The webinar had two sessions, both of which are available for viewing here.
Reflections on the Glasgow conference outcomes continued in this final episode of the King's College London and ANU podcast series on COP26.
Some quick reflections on the COP26 climate conference, published by the Lowy Interpreter and online here.
In November, the Technology Executive Committee and the Climate Technology Centre and Network released their joint publication on "Technology and Nationally Determined Contributions: Stimulating the uptake of technologies in support of NDC implementations". This paper is a result of the first-ever joint activities of the TEC and the CTCN, agreed in 2020, on technology and … Continue reading Technology & NDCs – publication & panel discussion
UPDATED: On Friday 29/10, Queen Mary University of London and Peking University School of Transnational Law co-hosted a panel discussion on the eve of the COP26 Glasgow climate conference. The session is on YouTube here.
It was a pleasure to participate in the discussion organised by Foresight News on covering the Glasgow climate conference, COP26, as a journalist. A writeup and the recording of the webinar are online here.