What does it mean for a region such as South-East Asia to be simultaneously an agent and a victim of climate change? Or for a country like China to be recognised at once as one of the biggest polluters and one of the pioneers of environmental diplomacy? When large-scale international organisations can decide to survey… or to punish? The debate begins! This way to the “environmental galaxy”, where we find Marine Denis and her brilliant students...
Marine Denis is a PhD candidate in international public law at the Université Sorbonne Paris Cité and teaches at Sciences Po. Her research focuses on the construction of a legal protection framework for people who have been displaced by climate change. She is the spokesperson for and member of the executive board of the organisation Notre Affaire À Tous (Our Shared Responsibility). As a legal expert and advocacy officer, Marine works on the climate litigations brought forward by the organisation, and specifically on climate inequality. She is a member of the executive board of Comité 21.
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