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  • Provider of legal and technical support through the International Environmental Law Project to the Alliance of Small Island Developing States during the climate change negotiations in Warsaw, Poland. With seven students, whom he supervised.

  • “Living Within Our Carbon Budget” (op-ed). The Oregonian.

  • “Addressing the Underreporting of Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Production and Thawing Permafrost.” 23 Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (2014). With Victoria Johnston ’15 and Benjamin Saver ’14.

  • “Increasing Mitigation Ambition: Establishing ‘Mitigation Reference Points’ to Trigger Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reductions.” 44 Environmental Law 225 (2014). With Amelia Schlusser J.D. ’13, LL.M. ’14.

  • “Climate Change, International Trade, and Response Measures: Options for Mitigating Climate Change Without Harming Developing Country Economies.” 46 George Washington International Law Review (2014). With Don Gourlie ’14 and Amelia Schlusser J.D. ’13, LL.M. ’14.

  • “Addressing Climate Change Through Nonclimate International Instruments” (coauthor). Global Climate Change and U.S. Law. Second edition. Michael B. Gerrard, editor (2014).

  • Climate Change and the Law. Second edition. With Professor Melissa Powers ’01.

  • “Achieving Coherence in Climate Finance.” Korean Ministry of Environment, Seoul, South Korea.

  • “Loss and Damage: Distinguishing the Loss and Damage and Adaptation Workplans.” Korean Ministry of Environment, Seoul, South Korea.

  • “The Role of Lawyers and Law Students in Reversing Trends in Wildlife Trafficking.” Public Interest Environmental Litigation and Education for Creative Environmental Lawyers: From Practitioners’ Perspectives, Kangwon National University, South Korea.

  • Recent U.S. and International Efforts to Combat Illicit Wildlife Trafficking symposium, American Bar Association and Environmental Law Institute.

  • On trends in international wildlife trafficking. Endangered Species Act at 40: Examining Its Past and Exploring Its Future conference.

  • “The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) at 40.” University of California at Davis.

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