Rosanna Anderson

Rosanna Anderson

PhD Candidate

TLS: Tilburg Law School
TLS: Public Law and Governance


Rosanna Anderson is a PhD Researcher in International and EU Environmental Law at the Public Law and Governance Department, Tilburg Law School. Her work is affiliated with the Transformative Effects of Globalisation in Law Sector Plan and the Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene research project. It focuses on the EU's legal response to climate, the concept of justice and the potential to empower individuals within that framework. Her broader research interests include environmental and climate change law and policy, climate justice, institutional law and fundamental rights in the Anthropocene.

LL.M. in International and Comparative Law (Major: Environmental and Climate Change Law and Policy and Minor: Natural Resources Governance) from the University of Eastern Finland
LL.B (First Class Honours) and B.A (English) from the University of Adelaide 


Recent publications

  1. 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.
  2. Non-market mechanisms under Article 6.8 of the Paris Agreement - A tr…

    Anderson, R. (2022). Non-market mechanisms under Article 6.8 of the Paris Agreement: A transnational perspective. Transnational Legal Theory, 13(2-3), 321-351.
  3. The green climate fund - A unique financing vehicle among internation…

    Anderson, R., & Leys, D. (2022). The green climate fund: A unique financing vehicle among international organizations. In C. Smit, X. Gao, & T. Dollmaier (Eds.), Funding international development organizations: AIIB yearbook of international law 2021 (pp. 203-223). (AIIB Yearbook of International Law; Vol. 4). Brill Nijhoff.

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