Writer Earth Negotiations Bulletin
Natalie Jones is a international lawyer, researcher and writer, born and raised in Aotearoa New Zealand. She was recently awarded a Ph.D. in international law from the University of Cambridge, where her research focused on indigenous peoples' participation in international organizations. She is currently a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge, where her current research examines the intersections of global justice and existential risk. Her other research interests include the representation of future generations in policymaking, climate change litigation, and fossil fuel supply-side policy. Natalie also holds an LL.M in international law from the University of Cambridge, and a B.Sc in physics and LLB(Hons) from the University of Canterbury. She has taught human rights law, international environmental law and EU environmental law at Cambridge, and has worked for the Stockholm Environment Institute, the Interamerican Association for Environmental Defence, and the Climate Litigation Network. When not working, Natalie can often be found making music, exploring nature, and honing her skills as a “plant mom”.
- From Bali to Marrakech: A decade of international climate negotiationsThis book builds on IISD's Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) coverage of a decade of climate change negotiations from the meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) in Bali, Indonesia in 2007 to Marrakech, Morocco in 2016.