A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the Research Office of the Graduate Institute of Geneva about the findings of my PhD dissertation, titled Protecting Ecosystem Integrity in the Age of Planetary Boundaries: Science, International Environmental Law, and the Ecosystem Approach. In the interview, I explain the core argument ofContinue reading “Interview: international law still does not fully consider ecosystem integrity”
In May of this year, Routledge finally published Partnerships for Sustainability in Contemporary Global Governance: Pathways to Effectiveness, a co-edited volume which represents the main research output of the time I spent as a researcher for the Centre for International Environmental Studies (CIES) in Geneva, Switzerland. The volume, which I had the pleasure of co-editingContinue reading “Co-editor of ‘Partnerships for Sustainability in Contemporary Global Governance’”
I am pleased to announce that, starting in February 2022, I will have the humbling and exciting opportunity to serve the European Union as an ‘Expert in Environment, Human Health and Well-being‘ at the European Environment Agency (EEA) in Copenhagen, Denmark. At the EEA, I will be mainly following dossiers relating to the interface betweenContinue reading “New position at the European Environment Agency”
The Lancet and Financial Times Commission on Governing Health Futures 2030 announced the publication of its long-awaited report. In the report, which I co-authored, we explore the multi-faceted interactions of digital technologies and human health and well-being.
The Polish government has recently announced the release of an update to its management plan for the Białowieża forest, authorising new logging operations for the first time since 2016. I have shared some reflections on the plan, its relationship with a landmark ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU, and the recent letter of notice addressed to Poland by the European Commission on the blog of the Jean Monnet Module in European and International Environmental Law (EIEL).
I am excited to announce that after three years as programme manager of a Jean Monnet Module in European Union Law and Sustainable Development (EULawSD), I am once again the co-recipient of an Erasmus+ grant for Jean Monnet Activities, which was awarded by the European Commission’s Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) as partContinue reading “New Erasmus+ grant award for European and international environmental law studies”