Chiara Armeni
Lecturer in Environmental Law (Law)
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Research

Chiara's research focuses on environmental law, with special attention to the law and policy of climate change at EU and International level.

She has a particular interest in the role of law in the governance of climate change mitigation technologies (I.e. wind energy, geoengineering and carbon capture and storage). In this area, Chiara's work focuses on public participation in decision-making on climate change technologies and the role of law in driving participatory processes.

Chiara is also interested in experimentalist governance approaches in environmental and climate change law.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Articles

  • Armeni C., ‘Public Participation and Major Wind Farms: Reflecting on Mitigation, Community Benefits and Planning’, Journal of Environmental Law Volume 28, Issue 3, 1 November 2016, Pages 415–441,

  • Armeni C., (2015) ‘Global Experimentalist Governance, International Law and Climate Change Technologies’, International and Comparative Law Quarterly (Pre-published online 3 September, 2015)

  • Lee M., Armeni C., de Cendra J., Chaytor S., Lock S., Maslin M., Redgwell C. and Rydin Y (2013), ‘Public Participation and climate change infrastructure’, Journal of Environmental Law (2013), 25 (1): 33-62

  • Armeni, C., (2013), ‘Carbon Capture and Storage in the Sub –Seabed and Sustainable Development: A Reciprocal Gap’, Ocean Yearbook vol. 27 (2013) 1

  • Armeni, C., (2010), ‘The Copenhagen Accord and Beyond’, Environmental Law Review 12 (2010) 132-139

Chapters in Books

  • Armeni, C., (2012), ‘An introduction to key developments and concepts in CCS: history, technology, economics and law’ (with B Evar and V Scott) in N Markusson, S Shackley, B Evar (eds), The Social Dynamics of Carbon Capture and Storage – Understanding CCS Representations, Governance and Innovation (2012) Routledge

  • Armeni, C., (2011), ‘Legal Developments for Carbon Capture and Storage under International and Regional Marine Legislation’ in I Havercroft, R Macrory, R B Stewart (eds), Carbon Capture and Storage – Emerging Legal and Regulatory Issues (2011) Hart Publishing

Law and Policy Reports