Dr. Holly NINER is a Research and Knowledge Exchange Fellow at the School of Biological and Marine Sciences at the University of Plymouth. Her work and research interests broadly relate to marine environmental and more specifically biodiversity governance. She was previously a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Blue Governance at Aalborg University and has a PhD in Marine Environmental Governance from University College London.
This class will provide an introduction to the link between the oceans and climate change, including the vital role the oceans play in climate regulation. It will also look at the issues surrounding ocean ecosystem service governance, new developments in ocean governance more generally as well as the ocean developments being made at COP28.
When & Where?
Wednesday 13th December 10AM CET (check your time zone).
Online videoconference Zoom.
- Niner et al., (2024) A risk assessment for the remote ocean: The case of the South East
Atlantic, Frontiers in Marine Science
- Morgera et al., (2023) Addressing the Ocean-Climate Nexus in the BBNJ Agreement:
Strategic Environmental Assessments, Human Rights and Equity in Ocean Science
- Morgera et al., (2023) Ocean-based Climate Action and Human Rights Implications under
the International Climate Change Regime
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