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Beatriz Martinez Romera

Beatriz Martinez Romera

Assistant professor

Primary fields of research

I am an Assistant Professor of Environmental and Climate Change Law at the Center for International Law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC), where I am involved in environmental and climate change research. Specifically, my PhD thesis focused on the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions from international aviation and maritime transport. I have a keen interest in the international climate negotiations, and the regulatory processes at the International Civil Aviation Organization and the International Maritime Organization, as well as the developments at the EU level.

My main areas of interest include:

  • Environmental and climate change law and policy
  • Aviation and maritime transport sectors
  • Law-making processes at international and EU levels
  • Environmental taxation, carbon pricing and related fiscal measures
  • Fragmentation of international law and regime interaction
  • Environmental and climate-related regulation of the Arctic
  • Ocean Governance
  • Corporate Environmental Responsibility

 

Teaching

Lecturer Bachelor Course: Public International Law (2016 and 2017), University of Copenhagen

Lecturer: Masters Course on Climate Change and the Law (2010, 2011, 2013, 2016 and 2017), University of Copenhagen

Committee Member, Co-organizer and Lecturer: International Masters Course: North Sea Energy Law Programme (2015 and 2017). The program runs in cooperation with University of Aberdeen, Groningen and Oslo

Lecturer: Masters Course: European Union External Relations (2016), University of Copenhagen

Lecturer: Masters course on International Environmental Law (2011, 2018), University of Copenhagen

Course Director Master Course: International Law-Making (from 2017), University of Copenhagen

 

Supervision of Master’s student theses (since 2015)

Co-supervision of PhD thesis (from 2018)

 

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