Visiting stay: January - February 2023
Matteo Fermeglia is an Assistant Professor in International and European Environmental Law and Post-Doctoral Assistant at Hasselt University, Faculty of law, where he teaches European Environmental Law and European Climate & Energy Law. He obtained his Ph.D. in Law on the functioning of emission trading, renewable energy and energy efficiency certificates markets at the University of Udine (Italy). His main research interest lies in the interplay between international investment law and the climate change legal regime. In 2017, he was visiting scholar at Columbia Law School, where he collaborated with the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and the Columbia Centre for Sustainable Investments. He has co-edited the book “Ecological Integrity in Science and Law” (Springer, 2020). He regularly (co-) authors internationally peer-reviewed journal articles in the field of environmental and climate law, and was awarded the Raúl Estrada-Oyuela Award for Emerging Scholars in Climate Law in 2017 by Lexxion publishers.