By Ayesha Mustafa During my time working at the non-profit Traidcraft Exchange, I contributed towards a campaign to stop a system called ISDS; a court system allowing big businesses to sue poorer countries for the implementation of progressive policy. But with talks of the inclusion of ISDS in post-Brexit trade talks, the issue needs urgent attention in the current... Continue Reading →
Redefining Energy Security
This article is the third of a series of articles by students of GD311 – The Energy Trilemma – selected by Dr Alec Waterworth.
The Brexit Agreement: The Future of Energy in Climate Governance
Impacts of the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Role of the Energy Market in Climate Policies Hope regarding the future of climate and other environmental governance has been hard to come by during the process of negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Aside from a vague commitment by Michael Gove that “[The... Continue Reading →