Green Bonds: Can Debt Securities Help Implement International Law on Climate Change?, co-supervised by Professors Benoit MAYER and Chao XI.
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AIMS
I am interested in the relation between financial regulation and environmental law. With my thesis, I hope to identify the main legal questions arising from ascribing climate goals to financial instruments.
Multilateral Environmental Agreements in Green Finance Taxonomies, UCL-KCL Environmental Law Symposium 2020, University College of London, London, UK, 24th February 2020
Implementing Environmental Treaties through Green Finance Taxonomies, Cambridge International Law Conference, Cambridge University, UK, 2nd May 2020
Capital, Environment and the Belt and Road Initiative: An Appraisal of the BRI-related Green Bonds, Macao Workshop for Young Environmental Law Scholars, 23-24thSeptember 2019.
A Multidisciplinary Literature Review of the Academic Research on the Green Bond Market, Journal of Environmental Investing, (forthcoming 2020) (with Aneil Tripathy and Lionel Mok)
EDUCATION AND AWARDS
Master’s in Public Policy, Sciences Po Paris, France, 2018.
Master’s in Environmental Law, La Sorbonne Paris I / Assas Paris II, France, 2017.
Exchange Program with Concentration in International Relations, History and Art History, Saint-Andrews University, Scotland, 2015.
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences and Humanities, Sciences Po Paris, France, 2014.