Cherelle Jackson

Writer Earth Negotiations Bulletin

Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson is a Pacific islander with a passion for viewing international environmental law  and policy from a Small Island Developing State perspective. She is a Thematic Expert for Climate Change Policy and Practice for IISD SDG Hub and currently pursuing a PhD in state sovereignty implications of oceans and climate change on Pacific islands. She is co-founder of Women in Climate Change in Samoa. As a Reuters Fellow at the University of Oxford she wrote “Staying Afloat in Paradise” a study of climate change coverage in the UK and Pacific islands. She is an award-winning environmental journalist and has been recognized by the US State Department for her work in empowering women through the media.

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