Climate change

NEG could place Australia at the back of the pack

Understanding transformation/paradigm shift in climate adaptation law through analysing knowledge construction

Building a more effective system of climate law starts with questioning knowledge construction at its base. To provide effective adaptation solutions a modern iteration of climate law (especially conceived at the international level) needs to respond to the complexity of impacts that are characteristically contextual and localized in nature.

'Embrace all that lies ahead' - Graduation 2017

Why won't Australia ratify an international deal to cut mercury pollution?

Applications open for 2016 Permanent Court of Arbitration Fellowship

ANU alumni Stanford bound following scholarship success

ANU Law PhD student announced regional winner in Commonwealth Youth Awards

How property rights work in disaster zones

Wood products or beef patties – which product is better for the climate?

IP climate debate must be settled in Paris


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