Country ownership of adaptation: Stakeholder influence or government control? Geoforum, 113, 26-38. Challenging the obsession with local level institutions in country ownership of climate change adaptation. Land Use Policy, 94. Do country-owned…Read More >
Professor Chris Hilson presented a paper, ‘Populism, Air Pollution and the Indian Supreme Court’, at the Transnational Law Institute at King’s College London, as part of the seminar, ‘Poisoned Air:…Read More >
Professor Chris Hilson’s views on the delay to COP26 in Glasgow were widely quoted via the Science Media Centre (April 2020), including in the Belfast Telegraph.
Professor Chris Hilson was interviewed (5 June, via Zoom) by students from the Dubai International Academy, Dubai, UAE, for an exhibition on the subject ‘Coronavirus and its effects on the…Read More >
In a recent article in the Journal of Environmental Law Professor Chris Hilson aims to draw some of the heat out of the debate on climate targets and to shed…Read More >
The Court of Appeal’s judgment on the expansion of Heathrow airport manages to be both momentous and unexceptional at the same time. It is momentous because the Court, despite recent…Read More >
Chris Hilson was interviewed for, and quoted in, an article in the ENDS Report on the crime of ecocide, which is advocated by some in the climate justice movement.
Greta Thunberg and 15 other children are legally challenging world leaders for violating their children’s rights by failing to act on climate change. Sarah Harrop sat down with Human Rights…Read More >
Author: Jamie Draper (email@example.com), Leverhulme Doctoral Scholar in Climate Justice This blog post was originally published on the Walker Institute’s community pages. Attribution, Responsibility and Disaster Displacement Extreme weather events…Read More >
Professor Chukwumerije Okereke, Associate Director of the Centre for Climate and Justice, has written a blog post on why procedural fairness matters in the IPCC. The original post is available…Read More >