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Hoogleraar Law & Governance in the Anthropocene

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Sinds 2022 is Phillip Principal Investigator in 'TransLitigate: The Agency of Transnational Strategic Litigators in Global Environmental Governance' (ERC STG 2021). Hij onderzoekt de samenwerkingsnetwerken van advocaten gericht op klimaatverandering, natuurbescherming, vervuiling door winningsindustrieën, en landconflicten. Dit project maakt deel uit van de onderzoeksgemeenschaap over Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene.

Recente publicaties

  1. The neocolonial violence of the 1.5°C threshold

    Auz Vaca, J. (Author), & Paiement, P. (Author). (2023). The neocolonial violence of the 1.5°C threshold. Web publication/site, Open Global Rights. https://www.openglobalrights.org/neocolonial-violence-1-5C-threshold/
  2. Just transition politics without privilege? - How decarbonization is …

    Paiement, P. (2023). Just transition politics without privilege? How decarbonization is affecting labor and land rights in Latin America. Arts of the Working Class, (26), 25.
  3. Reimagining the energy corporation - Milieudefensie and others v Roya…

    Paiement, P. (2023). Reimagining the energy corporation: Milieudefensie and others v Royal Dutch Shell Plc. In D. Dam-de Jong, & F. Amtenbrink (Eds.), Netherlands yearbook of international law 2021 : A greener international law - International legal responses to the global environmental crisis (pp. 281-299). (Netherlands Yearbook of International Law; Vol. 52). T.M.C. Asser Press.
  4. What of litigation? - Domestic courts and lawmaking processes in tran…

    Paiement, P. (Accepted/In press). What of litigation? Domestic courts and lawmaking processes in transnational law. Journal of Transnational Law & Policy, 33.
  5. After COP26 - Appraising the transnational climate regime

    Webster, E., Paiement, P., & Anderson, R. (2023). After COP26: Appraising the transnational climate regime. Transnational Legal Theory, 13(2-3), 157-164.

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