COVID-19, Climate Change, and International Law

As a part of the the American Society of International Law’s Signature Topic on Climate Change, I participated in a panel on COVID-19, Climate Change, and International Law with Cinnamon Carlarne (Ohio State Law), Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli (King’s College London), and Daniel Farber (Berkeley Law). I shared my ideas on how the pandemic economic recovery should include a green recovery that includes frontline communities.

The second event of the series focused on U.S. Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement. It was organized by ASIL Interest Group on International Environmental Law. Speakers included Kaarina Airas (Permanent Mission of Finland to the UN), Daniele Violetti (UNFCC), Daniel Kammen (Berkeley), and Paolo Farah (West Virginia University).

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