Posts Tagged: paris agreement

UPDATED: Brussels “EU Climate Diplomacy” book launch

Last week’s Brussels panel discussion on EU climate diplomacy illustrated progress and opportunities on multiple fronts. Many thanks to the speakers – Arne Lietz MEP, Charlotte Billingham, Prof Robert Ladrech and Vassilis Ntousas, FEPS for hosting and everyone who came

UPDATED: Brussels “EU Climate Diplomacy” book launch

Last week’s Brussels panel discussion on EU climate diplomacy illustrated progress and opportunities on multiple fronts. Many thanks to the speakers – Arne Lietz MEP, Charlotte Billingham, Prof Robert Ladrech and Vassilis Ntousas, FEPS for hosting and everyone who came

Article: Probing the hidden depths of climate law: Analysing national climate change legislation

With next week’s COP24 meeting tasked to complete the rule-book for the Paris Agreement, the challenge of implementing Paris through domestic law has never been more pressing. That’s why in this new article in the Review of European, Comparative &

Article: Probing the hidden depths of climate law: Analysing national climate change legislation

With next week’s COP24 meeting tasked to complete the rule-book for the Paris Agreement, the challenge of implementing Paris through domestic law has never been more pressing. That’s why in this new article in the Review of European, Comparative &

London book launch: EU Climate Diplomacy

It was terrific to join friends and colleagues for the London launch of our book “EU Climate Diplomacy”, co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas. Many thanks to each of the speakers – Francesca Manchi, Dr Christoph Schwarte, Dr Robert Falkner and Laura

London book launch: EU Climate Diplomacy

It was terrific to join friends and colleagues for the London launch of our book “EU Climate Diplomacy”, co-edited with Vassilis Ntousas. Many thanks to each of the speakers – Francesca Manchi, Dr Christoph Schwarte, Dr Robert Falkner and Laura

Interview: Climate Law, Trump, Paris & Brexit

A few months ago, I was interviewed by Peter Kirby-Harris at King’s College London on the broad topic of climate change law. We discussed the changing nature of national and international climate law, he role of the EU in international

Interview: Climate Law, Trump, Paris & Brexit

A few months ago, I was interviewed by Peter Kirby-Harris at King’s College London on the broad topic of climate change law. We discussed the changing nature of national and international climate law, he role of the EU in international

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

Article: EU leadership the best response to Trump climate challenge

My article for the Progressive Post on the EU's response to Donald Trump's announcement that the US will withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change is online here.

Article: EU leadership the best response to Trump climate challenge

My article for the Progressive Post on the EU's response to Donald Trump's announcement that the US will withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change is online here.

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