A deliberately eclectic range of topics and subjects come up in my sporadic posts (in recent years, mostly travel and UNFCCC-related), but beyond tagging them and the monthly archives (see drop-down menu at the bottom of the page), please find some highlights:
- 2016: The ‘New’ Impacts of the Implementation of Climate Change Response Measures, Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law, 25(2), 228-237. dx.doi.org/10.1111/reel.12161 NEW
Work on climate change and International Relations
- Book review commentary on David Victor’s Global Warming Gridlock (e-ir, June 25, 2012)
- Book review commentary on Paul Harris’ What’s Wrong with Climate Politics and How to Fix It (e-ir, July 15, 2014)
- Montreal’s Legacy: How Ozone Success shaped Climate Politics (Politics in Spires, Sept 11, 2012 and cross-posted at RTCC)
- A Window of Opportunity Opens in the International Climate Talks (cross-posted from Politics in Spires, May 2, 2013)
- Three lessons the Iran deal can teach climate negotiators (ClimateHome (previously RTCC), April 6, 2015)
- Ratification, not signing, is critical test for Paris deal (ClimateHome, April 7, 2016. Originally posted on this blog and later also reproduced at ChinaDialogue).
Freelance Writing (jump straight to the originals or see my posts for added commentary):
From Green Futures magazine:
- Kenya enshrines environmental rights in new constitution (May 17, 2011)
- Retailers could become local energy hubs (Feb 9, 2011)
- A Chile office for a warmer world (Feb 2, 2011)
- Tesco to go ‘zero carbon’ (Jan 21, 2010) – see post Rethinking models.
- Sweden pushes for carbon food labels (Jan 19, 2010 – see post Rethinking models.
- Bottled water on the way out (Jan 2, 2010)
- £50m to drive energy efficiency in public buildings (Dec 29, 2009) – see post The nitty gritty of climate finance.
- Wind power drifts out to sea (Dec 15, 2009) – see post The next generation of wind.
From The Tablet:
- ‘Catholic Social Teaching for the 21st Century’ (essay competition runner-up, April 2011)
From Times Higher Education magazine:
- Wikileaks – counting the costs and consequences (full pdf version) (Jan 20, 2011) – and abbreviated version on THE website, Jan 30, 2011
- The heat is on to turn down that dial (August 19, 2010)
- Bodleian pays high price for the shift away from paper (July 1, 2010)
- Asian tigers must shift focus to play on world stage (June 3, 2010)
Highlights from student days:
From Exposition (published with The Oxford Student):
- The U.N. Game: When Nations Break the Rules (June 2010)
From The Oxford Student:
- Newman’s Old Oxford Roots – OxStu MT10 (October 21, 2010)
- Oxford in 2030, part 1 and part 2 (March 4, 2010) – see post For a low-carbon world, what comes next?
- Unique Schelling Point (Nov 26, 2009) – see post A one-on-one with Thomas Schelling for policy extracts that didn’t make it into the final version.