Natalie works on how global injustice and inequality can potentially contribute to existential risk, with a particular interest in climate change. Her PhD work focused on accountability and procedural justice in global governance.
Her background is in international law and climate policy, including as a Staff Writer for the Earth Negotiations Bulletin at the International Institute for Sustainable Development, a Research Assistant at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, and a judges' clerk at the High Court of New Zealand. She hold an LLM in international law from the University of Cambridge, and an LLB(Hons) and BSc in physics from the University of Canterbury.
Representation of future generations in United Kingdom policy-making
Special Section: Population and Ethics in The Journal of Development Studies