I regularly give guest lectures and appear on panels, mostly on climate law, policy and politics.



Guest lecture at the University of Cambridge, Department of Land Economy, ‘Balance-related principles of international environmental law’ (19 October 2022)

‘Climate change and global catastrophic risk’ (Guest lecture to the ILINA Fellowship, Nairobi (remote), 1 October 2022)

Mapping fossil fuel production in Nationally Determined Contributions and Long-term Low Emissions Development Strategies under the UNFCCC‘ (2022 International Conference on Fossil Fuel Supply and Climate Policy, Queen’s College, Oxford, 27 September 2022)

Guest lecture at the Victoria University of Wellington, LAWS 523: International Climate Change Law and Policy (remote, 7 August 2022)

‘Eden, Assemblies & COP26 – Climate & People’ (invited panelist, Cambridge Climate Lecture Series, Trinity College, Cambridge, 31 March 2022)

‘Addressing fossil fuel production in NDCs’ (research presentation, Hughes Hall Research Showcase, University of Cambridge, 23 February 2022)


‘COP 26 Outcomes on Paris Agreement Article 6’ (Invited panelist, ‘Carbon pricing, the WTO, CBAM, and Paris Article 6 after COP 26: Can we connect the dots?’, Session at the IISD Trade + Sustainability Hub alongside WTO MC12, 2 December 2021)

Invited panelist, discussion on COP 26 outcomes. Engineers Without Borders UK, Cambridge chapter, 29 November 2021)

‘Addressing fossil fuel production in NDCs’ (invited panelist, UNEP event on Enhancing Ambition in Nationally Determined Contributions, NDC Partnership Pavilion, COP 26, 9 November 2021)

‘Greenhouse Gas Removal and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement: The State of Play’ (Climate Law & Governance Day 2021, Panel Discussion on Law & Policy Dimensions of Climate Repair, 5 November 2021)

‘Addressing fossil fuel production in national reporting under the Paris Agreement’ (research presentation, Cambridge Zero Research Symposium, 20 October 2021)

‘Can leaders turn Paris ambition into Glasgow action at COP26?’ (invited panelist alongside Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Sir David King, Dr Annela Anger-Kraavi and Dr Joanna Depledge, Cambridge Climate Festival, 19 October 2021)

Invited panelist, plenary session on ‘Policy Innovation’ (Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF), hosted by the Government of Japan, 6 October 2021)

‘The participation of indigenous peoples in international lawmaking’ (research presentation, European Society of International Law 2021 Conference, 11 September 2021)

‘Including indigenous peoples in climate governance’ (research presentation, Evidence for Action Symposium, University of Sussex, 20 July 2021)

‘Law, governance and climate repair in the run-up to COP 26)’ (panel chair, with panelists Dan Bodansky and Lavanya Rajamani, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, 23 June 2021)

‘Levels of climate action’ (invited speaker, Cambridge Carbon Footprint, 23 June 2021)

‘Climate change and existential risk’ (invited lecture, EA course at Strathmore University, Kenya, 19 June 2021)

‘Global Justice and Climate Policy’ (invited talk, Queen’s College Green Week, University of Cambridge, 25 March 2021)

‘Geoscience in Context: Future Green Economy’ (invited talk, Earth Sciences department, University of Cambridge, 15 March 2021)

‘Climate Disruption in a Digital Age: What Happens to Work and Play’ (invited panelist, alongside Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Prof Steve Evans, Larry Elliott. Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme, University of Cambridge, 11 March 2021)

‘How Can Society Make a Green Recovery from the Coronavirus Pandemic’ (invited talk, Trinity Green and Ethical Affairs talk, University of Cambridge, 2 March 2021)

‘Inclusive Climate Governance: The Case of Indigenous Peoples’ (research presentation, Cambridge Zero Research Symposium on Resilient & Sustainable Futures, University of Cambridge, 24 February 2021)