Karin Buhmann is professor and head of Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice. Her projects at CLS&J involve research on (a) comparative insights on regulatory strategies for handling the climate crisis and the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and (b) the role of the Business and Human Rights regime for sustainable finance.
She also has a strong interest in climate justice, energy justice, arctic sustainability issues, transnational governance, risk-based due diligence and business responsibilities for human rights, and she has published widely on those topics in international and Nordic journals, edited publications and monographs.
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Jingjing Wu is a postdoc fellow at the Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice. Her main project at CLS&J focuses on Rights of Nature, especially its legal, philosophical, and social foundation and impact in the European context. She is generally interested in the role of law in promoting sustainability and social justice.
Her research interests and publication cover a wide range of topics such as international environmental law, transnational environmental governance, Rights of Nature, international human rights law, international treaties, legal argumentation and legal reasoning, international legal theory, and legal philosophy.
Jacqueline Tedaldi is a PhD student at the CLSJ. Her PhD project deals with human rights and the corporate responsibility to respect human rights, focusing on (1) meaningful community engagement in extractive and renewable energy projects; and (2) institutional investor practices.
She has practical experience advising and supporting implementation of financial, mining and energy sector clients on business and human rights, social impact management and ESG topics. Her research interests include corporate actors’ implementation of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights, human rights in social impact assessment, extractive industries, renewable energy transition and transnational governance.