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Michelle is passionate about global governance architectures generally and how they are related to small island developing states in particular. She lectures in international law and global environmental governance at the University of the West Indies which has campuses across the Caribbean. She is an attorney at law and did her PhD on governance and international institutions. Her research interests are very wide and encompass many issues related to global environmental governance, international governance architectures and SIDS.

biodiversityclimate changedeveloping statesdevelopmenthealthinternational institutionsjusticelawnon-state actorsoceansresilienceSmall Island Developing Statessustainable development goals

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