Natalie Jones

Natalie Jones
University of Cambridge | Cam · Centre for the Study of Existential Risk

PhD, LLM, LLB(Hons), BSc

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This chapter considers the relationship between New Zealand and international organisations. Although the United Nations (UN) and its specialised agencies are the most well-known, New Zealand is a member of dozens of other international organisations. Successive New Zealand governments have expressed a strong commitment to international organisatio...
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In recent decades, peoples have frequently asserted a right to participate in the international legal order, and have participated in various international law-making and regulatory processes carried out under the auspices of intergovernmental organizations. However, while self-determination has long been understood to encompass a right to particip...
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Global existential and catastrophic risks, particularly those arising from technological developments, present challenges for intergenerational justice. We aim to present a solutions-based approach to the challenge of intergenerational inequality. We examine options for representing future generations in our present policymaking structures, drawing...
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This book builds on the ENB’s coverage of climate change negotiations during the decade from 2007-2016 and provides an overview of the journey from the meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) in Bali, Indonesia, that set the process in motion to negotiate a successor agreement to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, an inflection point in global climate...

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