Bio-sketch: Steve is a candidate in the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) program at the University of Toronto. His doctoral research focuses on how land use law can better respond to the complexities of climate change. He is also interested in public international law, legal theory, law & economics, and systems theory. Steve earned degrees in civil law and common law from the University of Ottawa, and completed a clerkship at the Federal Court of Canada. Following his clerkship, Steve completed his Master of Laws (LLM) dissertation at the University of Toronto on the environmental obligations of state-controlled fossil fuel companies.
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Does orchestration in the Global Climate Action Agenda effectively prioritize and mobilize transnational climate adaptation action?
Climate change adaptation is increasingly seen as a question that involves globally connected vulnerabilities and impacts which necessitate transboundary action…
Selling Sustainability Short? The Private Governance of Labor and the Environment in the Coffee Sector
Can private standards bring about more sustainable production practices? This question is of interest to conscientious consumers, academics studying the…
Global governance now provides people with recourse for harm through International Grievance Mechanisms, such as the Independent Accountability Mechanisms of…