Posts Tagged: Climate change

The UNited for Climate Justice project & its proposals for progressive climate action

Climate change will affect everyone, and in many parts of the world its consequences are already keenly felt. It’s not a question of theory or ideology, and a robust global response shouldn’t be held back by partisan politics. That response

The UNited for Climate Justice project & its proposals for progressive climate action

Climate change will affect everyone, and in many parts of the world its consequences are already keenly felt. It’s not a question of theory or ideology, and a robust global response shouldn’t be held back by partisan politics. That response

New article: Climate change and national laws across Commonwealth countries

National laws and regulations have a vital role to play in implementing the Paris Agreement on climate change. In a new article in the Commonwealth Law Bulletin, Eloise Scotford, Andrew Macintosh and I examine the role of national legislation in

New article: Climate change and national laws across Commonwealth countries

National laws and regulations have a vital role to play in implementing the Paris Agreement on climate change. In a new article in the Commonwealth Law Bulletin, Eloise Scotford, Andrew Macintosh and I examine the role of national legislation in

Trump & climate change: a speed bump not a roadblock

We learned of Trump’s election on the first Wednesday morning of the UN climate summit in Marrakech, COP22. This news was shocking to many who had gathered at the Bab Ighli conference venue to advance the urgent business of preventing

Trump & climate change: a speed bump not a roadblock

We learned of Trump’s election on the first Wednesday morning of the UN climate summit in Marrakech, COP22. This news was shocking to many who had gathered at the Bab Ighli conference venue to advance the urgent business of preventing