International Law-Making: Actors in Shipping and Climate Change (InterAct)

InterAct is a research project that studies the actors involved in international-law making processes concerning the climate change impact of shipping. InterAct will contribute to new academic insights into the theory of actors in international law and law-making, while providing an understanding and a way forward to address maritime transport climate-related impacts. Specifically, InterAct focuses on market-based measures and the energy transition for international maritime transport, and the regulation of shipping in the Artic.
















Compilation of InterAct-related activities


Alessandro Monti and Stella Ebbersmeyer, ‘Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB56): Review’, IUCN WCEL Climate Change Law Network Blog, July 2022.



  • Stella Ebbersmeyer: Participant at 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly, Reykjavík (13-16 October)
  • Stella Ebbersmeyer: Attendance as observer at the UNFCCC SB56 Bonn Climate Change Conference, Bonn, Germany (7-9 June 2022).
  • Stella Ebbersmeyer: Participant at the Arctic Spirit Conference, Rovaniemi (16-17 Nov 2021).

Podcast episodes – The Climate Show:




  • InterAct Kick-off Workshop
    Friday, 4 March 2022 09:00 – 16:00














Name Title Image
Ebbersmeyer, Ana Stella PhD Fellow Billede af Ebbersmeyer, Ana Stella
Martinez Romera, Beatriz Associate Professor Billede af Martinez Romera, Beatriz
Weber, Viktor Postdoc Billede af Weber, Viktor


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International Law-Making: Actors in Shipping and Climate Change (InterAct) has received funding from Carlsberg Foundation

Project: International Law-Making: Actors in Shipping and Climate Change (InterAct)
(Grant number: CF20-0600)

Period: 01-09-2021 – 31-08-2024


Beatriz Martinez RomeraAssociate Professor on Environmental and Climate Change Law
Beatriz Martinez Romera

Centre for International Law and Governance (CILG)
Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
Karen Blixens Plads 16
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
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