Climate Breakfast Seminar Series 

In this series, leading experts provide cutting-edge insights on contemporary climate change issues.

The Climate Breakfast Seminar Series provides a great opportunity for researchers, practitioners and students interested in Climate Change and Environmental Law to learn and explore topical climate change issues.

 

 

 

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Date

Speaker

Title

15

10.11.2022

 Zhen Sun, Associate Professor, World Maritime University.

Potential Climate Litigation in the Law of the Sea

14

03.10.2022

Claire Methven O’Brien, Baxter Fellow and Lecturer at University of Dundee.

Human rights, climate and environment in the new paradigm of holistic sustainable business regulation: New best friends or frenemies?

13

03.06.2022

Bryce Rudyk, Adjunct Professor and Director of the International Environmental Law Program, Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law, New York University

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series Small Islands, Small Gains: Small Island Developing States and the International Negotiations

12

06.05.2022 

Professor Andreas Th. Müller, Department of European Law and Public International Law, University of Innsbruck

Common concern or heritage of humankind - how to get it right for climate change law?

11

30.11.2021

Associate Prof. Carina Risvig Hamer, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series: Public Procurement and Climate Change: All Hands on Deck

10.

03.11.2021

Prof. Daniel C. Esty, Yale Law School, Yale University

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series Climate Change Negotiations: Expectations at COP26 - with Prof. Dan C Esty, Yale Law School

9.

09.09.2021

Dr. Tim Stephens, Professor of International Law at the University of Sydney Law School

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series: The Oceans and Climate Change: What Can We Expect at COP26?

8.

28.05.2021

Dr. Annalisa Savaresi, University of Eastern Finland’s Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL)

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series: The role of human rights in the climate emergency

7.

23.03.2021

Prof. Emily Boyd

Climate Breakfast Seminar Series: Climate Change, Social Change and Governance

6.

07.12.2020

Daniel Puig, Senior Advisor, UNEP DTU Partnership

Institutional inertia: barriers to adaptation that become limits

5.

11.09.2020

Nanna Alberti, Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities

Appraising New Developments in Danish Climate Law

4.

11.06.2020

Professor Randall S Abate, Monmouth University

Climate Change and the Voiceless

3.

11.03.2020

Dr Matthew Scott, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

Climate Change and Disaster Displacement: the Role of Human Rights

2.

12.12.2019

Professor Meinhard Doelle, World Maritime University

Climate Change Related Loss & Damage: From Concept to Recovery

1.

13.06.2019

Professor Daniel Bodansky, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

Climate Change Geoengineering

 

 

 

Researchers

Internal researchers

Name Title Image
Bürkert, Johanna Sophie PhD Fellow Billede af Bürkert, Johanna Sophie
Catonini, Federica PhD Fellow Billede af Catonini, Federica
Ebbersmeyer, Ana Stella PhD Fellow Billede af Ebbersmeyer, Ana Stella
Lederhaas, Elias Tikjøb Student FU Billede af Lederhaas, Elias Tikjøb
Martinez Romera, Beatriz Associate Professor Billede af Martinez Romera, Beatriz
Monti, Alessandro Assistant Professor Billede af Monti, Alessandro
Nordlander, Linnéa Assistant Professor Billede af Nordlander, Linnéa
Poulsen, Pernille Holten PhD Student Billede af Poulsen, Pernille Holten
Weber, Viktor Postdoc Billede af Weber, Viktor

External researchers

  • Dr Matthew Scott, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

  • Nanna Alberti, Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities

  • Daniel Bodansky, Professor, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

  • Randall S Abate, Professor, Monmouth University

  • Meinhard Doelle, Professor, World Maritime University

  • Daniel Puig, Senior Advisor, UNEP DTU Partnership

  • Annalisa Savaresi, Associate Professor, University of Eastern Finland’s Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law

  • Emily Boyd, Professor, Director, Lund University, Centre for Sustainability Studies

  • Dr Tim Stephens, Professor of International Law at the University of Sydney Law School.

  • Daniel C. Esty, Professor, Yale Law School, Yale University

  • Bryce RudykAdjunct Professor and Director of the International Environmental Law Program, Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law, New York University.

  • Andreas Th. Müller, Professor, Department of European Law and Public International Law, University of Innsbruck

Contact

Are you interested in giving a presentation at the next Climate Breakfast Seminar? Please contact:

Beatriz Martinez RomeraAssociate Professor
Beatriz Martinez Romera

South Campus, Building 6A.4.09
DK 2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 35 32 31 80
beatriz.martinez.romera@jur.ku.dk