Publications

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Peer-reviewed papers

Policy papers

Invited lectures

  • ‘Marine Planning in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction’, High Seas International Conference (Nausicaá, Boulogne-sur-Mer, 27-28 June 2018) 
  • ‘Quel statut pour la Haute Mer ?’,  Un seul océan : enjeux et solutions (Pew Charitable Trusts & Prince Albert I Foundation, Paris, 23 November 2016) 
  • ‘Environmental Impact Assessment in areas beyond national jurisdiction’, International Conference on The Law of the Sea and Emerging Issues (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 10-11 November 2016) [国家管范以外海域的境影响估 (国际会议——海洋法和新问题, 上海交通大学,2016 年 11 月 10–11 日)] 
  • ‘The Northwest Passage: legal status and issues’, Training Programme on Regional Ocean Governance for the Mediterranean, Black, Baltic and Caspian Seas (International Oceans Institute, Malta, 4 December 2015) 
  • ‘Implementing the Ocean SDG: from words to action’, Training Programme on Regional Ocean Governance for the Mediterranean, Black, Baltic and Caspian Seas (International Oceans Institute, Malta, 2 December 2015) 
  • ‘
La Haute Mer : Historique et perspectives’, ‘L’océan, Bien Commun De L’humanité : Une Utopie Pour Le Xxi° Siècle’ (L’institut Français de la Mer, Paris, 1 October 2015)
  • Lectures on marine governance and Marine Spatial Planning, Fourth Training Programme on the Sustainable Development and Governance of the Caspian Sea (International Oceans Institute, Türkmenbaşy, Turkmenistan, 7–17 March 2015)
  • ‘Towards a new international instrument on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in ABNJ’, Seminar on Governance Issues in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction during Training Programme on Regional Ocean Governance for the Mediterranean, Black, Baltic and Caspian Seas (International Oceans Institute, Malta, 1 December 2014) 
  • ‘Towards a New International Agreement on High Seas Biodiversity’ (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 19 November 2014) 
  • ‘Towards a new international instrument on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in ABNJ’ (Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 20 November 2014) 
  • Lectures on marine governance and Marine Spatial Planning, Third Training Programme on the Sustainable Development and Governance of the Caspian Sea (International Oceans Institute, Türkmenbaşy, Turkmenistan, 2–13 March 2014) 
  • ‘NGOs: Global Change Agents or Trojan Horses for Western Hegemony?’ (International Law, Human Rights and Cultural Identity, UNSW, 2012) 
  • ‘The National Electricity Market and the Environment’ (Australian Climate Law, ANU, 2012) 

Workshop presentations

Workshop participation

Conference presentations

  • ‘Sustainably advancing the Blue Economy: EIA of Marine Renewable Energy projects in the UK’, 2nd European Environmental Law Foundation conference – ‘Environmental and Planning Law Aspects of Large Scale Projects’ (Brussels, Belgium, 10-12 September 2014) 
  • ‘Marine Governance in an Industrialised Ocean: a case study of the emerging Marine Renewable Energy industry’, 12th IUCN Academy of International Law Annual Colloquium – ‘Energy for a Fair Society on a Safe Planet’ (Tarragona, Spain, 30 June – 5 July 2014)
  • ‘Marine Renewable Energy: Legal and Policy Challenges to Integrating an Emerging Renewable Energy Source’, 9th International Summer Academy on Energy and the Environment (Berlin, 22-27 July 2012) 
  • ‘Marine Renewable Energy: Effectively Balancing the Needs of Developers and Potential Environmental Impacts: An Australasian Perspective’, International Conference on the Environmental Interactions of Marine Renewable Energy Technologies (Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, 1-3 May 2012) 
  • ‘Systemic Biases in the National Electricity Market: barriers to greater demand-side participation’, Energy Efficiency Summer Study (Sydney, February 2012) 
  • ‘Marine Energy in Australia and New Zealand’, All-Energy Australia (Melbourne, 12-13 October 2011) 

Media appearances

Media articles

Books

Book chapters

Poster presentations

  • ‘Marine Governance in an Industrialised Ocean: a Marine Renewable Energy case study’, INORE Symposium (La Vega, Spain, 12-16 May 2014) 
  • ‘The Energy Challenge: Renewables at Rio+20’, ANU Rio+20 Symposium (Canberra, May 2012) 
  • ‘Marine Energy: Designing a Regulatory Framework for an Abundant Renewable Energy Resource’ (2012) ANU Climate Change Institute PhD Expo (16 March 2012) 

Miscellaneous

  • ‘Twitter for Academics & Researchers’ (2015) 
  • ‘The Rochdale Envelope Approach to Flexibility in Project Planning: experience from the UK’s offshore energy industry’ (working paper, 2015)
  • ‘Marine Governance in an Industrialised Ocean: a case study of the UK’s emerging marine renewable energy industry’ (PhD progress seminar, Australian National University, 11 November 2014)
  • ‘Marine Governance in an Industrialised Ocean: a case study of the UK’s emerging marine renewable energy industry’ (presentation to IDDRI, 2014)
  • ‘Marine Spatial Planning in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: developing a research agenda’ (presentation to IDDRI, 2014)
  • ‘Book Review: Animal Harm: Perspectives on Why People Harm and Kill Animals’ (2013) 9 The Green Criminology Monthly
  • ‘The Future of Environmental Law? Earth Jurisprudence, Wild Law and the Rights of Nature’ (2012) Ambiente 28-9
  • ‘Wild Law’ Sustaining People, Sustaining Place (Society for Human Ecology Pecha Kucha evening, Canberra, 23 September 2012)
  • ‘Animal Rights and the Rights of Nature, a Brief Overview’ (prepared for the Earth Laws symposium Animal Rights and the Rights of Nature, Southern Cross University, 6 October, 2012)
  • Overview of Australian Marine Renewable Energy Legislation and Regulatory Bodies (2012)
  • Marine Genetic Resources in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction:

    An Annotated Bibliography (2012)

  • ‘Your Flag’s Got My Flag On It’ (2011) 98 Crux Australis 59
  • ‘Granting of leave to bring proceedings under the Corporations Act 2001, section 237’ (2011) 164 Corporate Law Bulletin 
  • ‘The Standard of Reasonable Care and Skill Expected of an Accountant’ (2010) 159 Corporate Law Bulletin 
  • ‘Risky Business: The Case for Enterprise Analysis at the Intersection of Corporate Groups and Torts’ (undergraduate dissertation, 2010)
  • ‘Hart’s Concept of Law: Positivist Legal Theory or Sociology?’ (undergraduate paper, 2010)

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