Lecture: Advancing Technology Development & Transfer under the Paris Agreement

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

How climate change & gender equality are linked in the pursuit of justice

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.

Panel discussion: International collaborative RD&D for climate technologies

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

Biodiversity 2050: Can the Convention on Biological Diversity Deliver a World Living in Harmony with Nature?

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?