Associate Professor Gerry Nagtzaam (BA/LLB, M Env Sci, PhD) is a world recognised environmental scholar both domestically and internationally. His research focuses on the intersections between environmental law, politics, history and economics with a particular focus on anthropogenic climate change and global biodiversity loss. He has written a number of well received books on topics including international environmental treaty development, nuclear waste disposal in democratic states, and the phenomenon of ecoterrorism. He has written extensively on the issue of climate change, whaling and global biodiversity negotiations. Associate Professor Nagtzaam is also a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s International Law Committee.
While at COP25 he will be observing the ongoing international negotiations with a particular emphasis on the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Associate Professor Nagtzaam can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org