I was pleased to join the team at Melbourne Climate Futures for the latest episode of their podcast, 'Climate Talks', on 'what is being discussed and what is left out' at the COP26 climate conference. In particular, we discussed the negotiations on climate finance and market mechanisms.
Beginning on 27 May, the German National Designated Entity for climate technology will be hosting a series of weekly webinars, on the theme of “Fostering green recovery through climate technologies: How the private sector and market mechanisms can accelerate technology transfer”. I participated in the 3 June session, on the topic of "Financing the deployment … Continue reading Webinar series: Fostering green recovery through climate technologies
This month Peking University's School of Transnational Law hosted on conferences on soft law and on the topic of facts and evidence, in which I was pleased to participate. The workshop on "The Use of Soft Law by National Courts and Public Authorities: An EU-China Comparison" was held in cooperation with the China-EU School of … Continue reading STL conferences on soft law & evidence
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 can be ambitious and practical, creating quality jobs and protecting communities. That’s why in September … Continue reading The UNited for Climate Justice project & its proposals for progressive climate action
Climate justice matters for everyone. In support of António Guterres’ call for enhanced action, the UNited for Climate Justice project continues, from Madrid to Brussels to New York. The Brussels meeting of the diverse steering committee saw productive discussions, as the group refines its message and agenda in preparation for the New York summit. Further … Continue reading UNited for Climate Justice meeting, Brussels
Earlier this year King's College London hosted a roundtable on the topic of 'Climate Law & Finance: Tragedy on the horizon or time for improvement?'. It was a very interesting discussion which featured both promising initiatives in the finance sector and the scale of the present challenges of financial mobilisation. Some materials from the event are … Continue reading Ideas Lab in Climate Law & Finance