Law, governance and institutions
Law, governance and institutions (LGI) produce, direct, and are disrupted and reshaped by climate change, energy supply chains, and disaster risk, response and recovery. This is an interdisciplinary cluster that explores the complexity of norms, rules, practices, and institutions inherent to climate change responses, energy system transitions and disaster solutions in Australia, the Asia-Pacific and further afield. Its work engages with the normative and institutional dimensions of sustainable development, emergency management, and climate adaptation.
- Assoc Prof Nick Abel
- Dr Wenting Cheng
- Dr Danielle Ireland-Piper
- Dr Hedda Ransan-Cooper
- Dr Andrew Ross
- Prof Penny Sackett
- Dr Anna Sanders
- Associate Professor Katie Steele
- Assoc Prof Bob Webb
Intellectual Property and International Clean Technology Diffusion: Pathways and Prospects, Wenting Cheng, Asian Journal of International Law.