Academic profile

 

Professor Jorge E. Viñuales holds the Harold Samuel Chair of Law and Environmental Policy at the University of Cambridge and is the founder and former Director of the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG). He is also a Member of the Institut de Droit International, the Chairman of the Compliance Committee of the UNECE/WHO-Europe Protocol on Water and Health, a member of the Panel of Arbitrators of ICSID, the European Commission and the Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong International Arbitration Centres, the co-General Editor of the ICSID Reports, the General-Editor of the Cambridge Studies on Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Governance, and the Director-General of the Latin American Society of International Law. At Cambridge, he has served as head of research, director of the PhD programme, director of three MPhil programmes, and centre director. He has also spearheaded a framework cooperation agreement between Cambridge and the Libera Università degli Studi Sociali (LUISS), where he became a Research Professor of International Law in early 2022.

Jorge has lectured widely around the world, including in Azerbaijan (Diplomatic Academy), Brazil (USP and PUC), Burundi (UNESCO Chair), China (PKU, Nanjing, Wuhan), France (College de France, EHESS, Pantheon-Assas, Sciences Po, Sorbonne), Georgia (Tbilisi), Greece (Thessaloniki), Italy (EUI, UC Milano, La Sapienza, Siena), Iran (TeIAS), Hungary (ELTE), Mexico (UAM), Norway (Oslo, ILPI), Rwanda (Kigali IAM), Spain (UAM, Rovira i Virgili), the UK (Edinburgh and Oxford), and the US (Harvard), and he regularly lectures in the UN Regional Courses (Addis Ababa, Montevideo, Santiago), the UN International Fellowship (The Hague), and the OAS courses (Rio de Janeiro).

He has published widely in his specialty areas, including his books The International Law of Energy (Cambridge University Press, 2022), Cassese's International Law (Oxford University Press, 2020, with P. Gaeta and S. Zappala), The UN Friendly Relations Declaration at 50: An Assessment of the Fundamental Principles of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020, editor), ICSID Reports, volumes 18 to 20 (co-ed with M. Waibel since 2019), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2019, co-ed. with E. Lees), Experiments in International Adjudication: Historical Accounts (Cambridge University Press, 2019, co-ed. with I. de la Rasilla), The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development. A Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2015), International Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, 2015, second edition 2018, with P.-M. Dupuy, translated into Chinese and French), The Foundations of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2014, co-edited with Z. Douglas and J. Pauwelyn), Foreign Investment and the Environment in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012, reprint 2015), Environmental and Energy Law: International, European and Comparative Dimensions (Edward Elgar, 3 volumes, 2017, co-edited with E. Lees) and Diplomatic and Judicial Means of Dispute Settlement (Martinus Nijhoff, 2012, co-edited with L. Boisson de Chazournes and M. G. Kohen).

His ongoing work includes two book-length studies respectively on The Architecture of Environmental Law: A Comparative Analysis (on contract with Oxford University Press) and Aggravated State Responsibility (arising from his lectures at the Hague Academy of International Law), a commentary of the WHO International Health Regulations (on contract with Oxford University Press, co-edited with G.-L. Burci and G. Le Moli) and a series of interdisciplinary papers on complexity economics, integrated modelling and sustainability policy in co-authorship with colleagues from C-EENRG and elsewhere. The latter work has been published over time in journals such as Nature Climate Change, Nature Energy, Global Environmental Change, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, Energy Policy or Climate Policy.  

Jorge has a wide portfolio of practice in transactional, pre-litigation and litigation matters, which has earned him recognition in a major repertory as part of a select group of leading arbitration practitioners who are deemed the gold standard in the sector. His experience spans inter-State, investment and commercial proceedings, serving as arbitrator, expert, counsel, co-counsel, policy advisor and, earlier in his career, secretary of arbitration tribunals. Representative examples include acting as Respondent-appointed arbitrator in the landmark Green Power v. Spain case, advising the Republic of Vanuatu in its high-profile initiative to seek an advisory opinion on climate change from the ICJ, advising several States in pre-litigation and litigation matters before the ICJ and other bodies relating to environmental law, maritime delimitation and human rights, advising both States and foreign investors in several investment arbitration proceedings involving large claims (EUR 420M, EUR 700M, USD 1B), acting as expert on immunities in criminal proceedings involving the King of a European State in relation to a multibillion-euro transaction, acting as expert investment proceedings on defences under public international law, or advising a hedge fund specialised in AI and robotics on its ESG strategy.

A dual Swiss/Argentine national, Jorge was educated in France (Doctorat - Sciences Po, Paris), the United States (LL.M. - Harvard Law School), Switzerland (Licence and Diplôme d’études approfondies in international relations - HEI; liz jur – Universität Freiburg; Licence and Diplôme d’études approfondies in political science – Université de Genève), and Argentina (Abogado – UNICEN). He qualified as an attorney in Buenos Aires and New York, and served as a member of the foreign lawyers section of the Geneva Bar.

His native language is Spanish and he is fluent in English, French and Italian.

 

 

Publications

 

Books, reports and monographic courses:

  1. The International Law of Energy (Cambridge University Press, 2022)
  2. Cassese’s International Law (Oxford University Press, 2020) (with P. Gaeta and S. Zappala)
  3. International Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, Chinese edition, 2021) (co-author with P.-M. Dupuy, translation by Dr Hu Bin)
  4. The Organisation of the Anthropocene. In Our Hands? (The Hague: Brill Research Perspectives, 2018).
  5. International Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, 2015, 2nd edn. 2018) (co-author with P.-M. Dupuy)
  6. The Application of Environmental Law to Nuclear Weapons Production, Deployment and Use (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), 2018) (co-authored with G. Le Moli).
  7. Green Industrial Policy and Trade: A Tool-Box (Geneva: Partnership for Action on Green Economy, 2017) (practitioners’ manual).
  8. ‘A Human Rights Approach to Extraterritorial Environmental Protection? An Assessment’, in Bhuta, N. (ed.), The Frontiers of Human Rights. Extraterritoriality and its Challenges (Oxford University Press, 2016) (monographic course delivered at the EUI Academy in 2013).
  9. Trade and the Green Economy (Geneva: Partnership for Action on Green Economy, 2016) (training manual).
  10. Introduction au droit international de l’environnement (Brussels: Bruylant, 2015) (shorter version of the textbook published with Cambridge University Press) (co-author with P.-M. Dupuy)
  11. Foreign Investment and the Environment in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012, reprint 2015).
  12. El régimen jurídico internacional relativo al cambio climático: Perspectivas y prospectivas, in: Organisation of American States (O.A.S.)/Inter-American Juridical Committee, Course on International Law ("Universalism and Regionalism at the Beginning of the 21st Century"), vol. XXXVI, 2010 (monographic course).
  13. L’admission d’amici curiae dans le cadre de l’arbitrage d'investissement. Analyse et sources (Geneva: Graduate Institute of International Studies, 2008) (co-author with F. Grisel).
  14. The UN Secretary-General between Law and Politics (Geneva: Graduate Institute of International Studies, 2005).

Edited volumes:

  1. ICSID Reports: Attribution of Conduct to the State (Cambridge University Press, 2022, vol. 20) (with M. Waibel)
  2. Climate Policy after the 2015 Paris Agreement (London: Routledge, 2021) (with J. Depledge, E. Lees and D. Reiner)
  3. ICSID Reports: The Meaning of Investment (Cambridge University Press, 2021, vol. 19) (with M. Waibel)
  4. The UN Friendly Relations Declaration at 50. A Study of the Fundamental Principles of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020) (Award winner: Choice outstanding academic title 2021)
  5. ICSID Reports: Defence Arguments in Investment Arbitration (Cambridge University Press, 2020, vol. 18) (with M. Waibel)
  6. The Oxford Handbook on Comparative Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2019) (with Emma Lees) (*)
  7. Towards a Global Pact for the Environment: Legal Foundations (joint Cambridge/Sciences Po Paris/Club de Juristes volume featuring the leading environmental lawyers of the world to feed into the ongoing process towards the adoption of a Global Pact for the Environment, with a preface of Laurent Fabius, COP-21 President) (with Yann Aguila)
  8. Experiments in International Adjudication: A Historical Account (Cambridge University Press, 2019) (with I. de la Rasilla).
  9. Environmental and Energy Law: International, European and Comparative Dimensions, vol. I-III (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017) (with E. Lees).
  10. Climate Policy after the 2015 Climate Conference, Guest edited issue of Climate Policy, vol 17(1) (2017) (with J. Depledge, D. Reiner, E. Lees).
  11. The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development. A Commentary (Oxford University Press – Oxford Commentaries on International Law, 2015).
  12. The Foundations of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2014) (co-edited with Z. Douglas and J. Pauwelyn).
  13. Unity and Diversity of International Law. Essays in Honour of Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy / Unité et diversité du droit international. Ecrits en l’honneur du professeur Pierre-Marie Dupuy (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2014) (co-edited with D. Alland, V. Chetail and O. de Frouville).
  14. Harnessing Foreign Investment to Promote Environmental Protection: Incentives and Safeguards (Cambridge University Press, 2013) (co-edited with P.-M. Dupuy) [translated into Chinese]
  15. ‘Assessing Progress in International Environmental Law’, Guest edited issue of RECIEL (2013) 22/1 inaugurating the revised name of Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law.
  16. Diplomatic and Judicial Means of Dispute Settlement: Assessing Interactions (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2012) (co-edited with L. Boisson de Chazournes and M. G. Kohen).

Peer-reviewed articles:

  1. ‘Mer’, in Répertoire Dalloz: Droit international de l’environnement (Paris : Dalloz, 2022), pp 1-17
  2. ‘Stranded fossil-fuel assets translate to major losses for investors in advanced economies’ (2022) 12 Nature Climate Change 532 (with G. Semieniuk, B. Holden, J.-F. Mercure, P. Salas, H. Pollitt, K. Jobson, P. Vercoulen, U. Chewpreecha, N. R. Edwards) [at the 99% percentile of most influential articles out of over 22 million outputs tracked by Altmetric. See evolving statistics at: https://nature.altmetric.com/details/128905934#score]
  3. ‘Judging the Climate Crisis: The Role of the International Court of Justice in addressing Environmental Harms’ (2022) ASIL Proceedings 2021 19 (with L. Rajamani, C. Voigt, S. Yeo)
  4. ‘Reframing incentives for climate policy action’ (2021) 6 Nature Energy 1133 (with J.-F. Mercure, P. Salas, P. Vercoulen, G. Semieniuk, A. Lam, H. Pollitt, P. B. Holden, N. Vakilifard, U. Chewpreecha, N. R. Edwards) [at the 99% percentile of most influential articles out of over 22 million outputs tracked by Altmetric. See evolving statistics at: https://nature.altmetric.com/details/116238033#score]
  5. ‘Risk-opportunity analysis for transformative policy design and appraisal’ (2021) Global Environmental Change, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2021.102359 (with J.-F. Mercure, S. Sharpe, M. Ives, M. Grubb, H. Pollitt, F. Knobloch, F. J. M. M. Nijsse)
  6. ‘A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention’ (2021) 397 The Lancet 1791 (with G. Le Moli, G.-L. Burci, S. Moon)
  7. ‘Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation’ (2021) 2 Revue européenne de droit 148
  8. ‘Pathway to Reframing Environmental Law’ (2020) 50(6) Environmental Policy and Law, forthcoming (with J.-F. Mercure) (Special issue for the 50th anniversary, guest-edited by B. Desai)
  9. ‘Le projet de Pacte mondial de l’environnement de 2017’ (2020) 44 Revue Juridique de l’Environnement 279-307
  10. ‘Two layers of self-regulation’ (2020) 11 Transnational Legal Theory 16
  11. Mainstreaming the Water-Energy-Food Nexus through NDC Processes: An Assessment of a Policy Strategy’ (2019) Climate Policy (with Maria-Augusta Paim, Pablo Salas, Hector Pollitt, Jean-François Mercure and Neil Edwards)
  12. ‘Today as Yesterday? Unilateral Coercive Measures and Human Dignity’ (2019) 18 Chinese Journal of International Law 437 (with G. Le Moli)
  13. ‘New and Renewable Energy Social Enterprises Accessing Government Support: Findings from India’ (2019) 132 Energy Policy 367 (with Victoria A. Plutshack, Subhanjan Sengupta, Arunaditya Sahay)
  14. ‘A Global Pact for the Environment: Conceptual Foundations’ (2019) 28 RECIEL 3 (with Yann Aguila) [translated into Chinese]
  15. ‘Evaluating regulatory strategies for mitigating hydrological risk in Brazil through diversification of its electricity mix’ (2019) Energy Policy (with Maria-Augusta Paim, Arthur Dalmarco, Chung-Han Yan, Pablo Salas, Jean-François Mercure, José Baltazar Guerra, Cristiane Derani)
  16. ‘System Complexity and Policy Integration Challenges: the Brazilian Energy-Water-Food Nexus’ (2019) Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (with J.-F. Mercure, M.-A. Paim, P. Bocquillon, S. Lindner, P. Salas, P. Martinelli, I. Berchin, J.B.S.O. Guerra, C. Derani, C.L. de Albuquerque Jr, J. Marcello, F. Knobloch, H. Pollitt, N. R. Edwards, P.B. Holden, A. Foley, S. Schaphoff and R. Faracao).
  17. ‘The Protocol on Water and Health as an Instrument for Global Water Governance Integration’ (2019) 68 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 175.
  18. ‘Dans nos mains’ (2018) 43 Revue juridique de l’environnement 193 (special issue on ‘Le bon usage de la Terre’)
  19. ‘A Concise Research Agenda for Environmental Law’ (2018) 1 Brill Open Law 1-11.
  20. ‘Macroeconomic impact of stranded fossil-fuel assets’ (2018) 8 Nature Climate Change 588 (with J.-F. Mercure, H. Pollitt, N. R. Edwards, P. B. Holden, U. Chewpreecha, P. Salas, I. Sognaess, and A. Lam) [at the 99% percentile most influential articles out of over 22 million outputs tracked by Altmetric. See evolving statistics at: https://www.altmetric.com/details/43273073#score]
  21. ‘Climate-Carbon Cycle Uncertainties and the Paris Agreement’ (2018) 8 Nature Climate Change 609 (with P. B. Holden, N. R. Edwards, A. Ridgwell, R. D. Wilkinson, K. Fraedrich, F. Lunkeit, H. E. Pollitt, J.-F. Mercure, P. Salas, A. Lam, F. Knobloch, U. Chewpreecha)
  22. ‘Environmental impact assessment for climate change policy with the simulation-based integrated assessment model E3ME-FTT-GENIE1’ (2018) 20 Energy Strategy Reviews 195 (with J.-F. Mercure, H. Pollitt, N. R. Edwards, P. B. Holden, U. Chewpreecha, P. Salas, A. Lam and F. Knobloch).
  23.  ‘Too many butterflies? The micro-drivers of the international investment law system’ (2018) 9 Journal of International Dispute Settlement 628.
  24. ‘La Protección Ambiental en el Derecho Consuetudinario Internacional’ (2017) 69/2 Revista Española de Derecho Internacional 71.
  25. ‘The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Less is More’ (2017) 59 German Yearbook of International Law (a concise version of this article appears in the Boletim da Sociedade Brasileira de Direito Internacional – 100th anniversary issue).
  26. ‘Investor diligence in investment arbitration: Sources and arguments’ (2017) 32 ICSID Review-Foreign Investment Law Journal 346-370.
  27. ‘Climate policy after the Paris 2015 climate conference’ (2017) 17/1 Climate Policy 1 (with J. Depledge, D. Reiner, E. Lees)
  28. ‘Modelling complex systems of heterogeneous agents to better design sustainability transitions policy’, (2016) 37 Global Environmental Change 102 (with J.-F Mercure, H. Pollitt, A. Bassi and N. Edwards)
  29. ‘Intellectual Property Rights as Protected Investments: How Open are the Gates?’ (2016) 19 Journal of International Economic Law 91 (with C. Correa)
  30. ‘Rétroactivité et non-rétroactivité en droit international: Essai de clarification conceptuelle a partir de l’expérience du Tribunal de Nuremberg’ (2013/2014) 59 Annuaire français de droit international 327 (with V. Pratt)
  31. ‘Customary Law in Investment Regulation’ (2013/2014) 23 Italian Yearbook of International Law 23.
  32. ‘Green Investment after Rio 2012’ (2014) 15 International Community Law Review 153.
  33. ‘L’immunité d’exécution dans l’affaire de l’Ara Libertad devant le TIDM’ (2013) 140 Journal du droit international (Clunet) 13-44 (with S. El-Sawah)
  34. ‘Cartographies imaginaires: Observations sur la portée juridique du concept de « régime spécial » en droit international’ (2013) 140 Journal du droit international (Clunet) 405.
  35. ‘The Rise and Fall of Sustainable Development’ (2013) 22 Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law (RECIEL) 3.
  36. ‘The Secret of Tomorrow: International Organisation through the Eyes of Michel Virally’ (2012) 23 European Journal of International Law 543.
  37. ‘La distribución del riesgo regulatorio ambiental en el derecho de las inversiones internacionales’ (2012) 12 Anuario Mexicano de Derecho Internacional 169 (with F. Perez Aznar).
  38. ‘Balancing Effectiveness and Fairness in the Redesign of the Climate Change Regime’ (2011) 24 Leiden Journal of International Law 223.
  39. ‘The “Resource Curse” – A Legal Perspective’ (2011) 17 Global Governance 197.
  40. ‘Du bon usage du droit international: Les négociations climatiques en perspective’ (2010) 56 Annuaire français de droit international 437.
  41. ‘Foreign Investment and the Environment in International Law: An Ambiguous Relationship’ (2009) 80 British Yearbook of International Law 244.
  42. ‘Iced Freshwater Resources: A Legal Exploration’ (2009/2010) 20 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 188.
  43. ‘Legal Techniques for Dealing with Scientific Uncertainty in Environmental Law’ (2010) 43 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 437.
  44. ‘Access to Water in Foreign Investment Disputes’ (2009) 21 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 733.
  45. ‘Las cuestiones medioambientales y el concepto de estado de necesidad’ (2009) 119 Universitas. Revista de Derecho 223.
  46. ‘Michel Virally ou penser le phénomène juridique’ (2009) 55 Annuaire français de droit international 1.
  47. ‘Conflicting Decisions in International Arbitration’ (2009) 8 The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 91 (with F. Spoorenberg).
  48. ‘Compensation for Non-Expropriatory Breaches of International Investment Law: The Contribution of the Argentine Awards’ (2009) 26 Journal of International Arbitration 729 (with P.-Y. Tschanz).
  49. ‘The Contribution of the International Court of Justice to the Development of International Environmental Law’ (2008) 32 Fordham International Law Journal 232.
  50. ‘La protección del medio ambiente y su jerarquía normativa en derecho internacional’ (2008) Revista Colombiana de Derecho Internacional 11.
  51. ‘State of Necessity and Peremptory Norms in International Investment Law’ (2008) 14 NAFTA: Law and Business Review of the Americas 79.
  52. ‘Aspectos Conceptuales de la Jurisdicción Universal’ (2008) Revista de Derecho Penal y Procesal Penal 9.
  53. L'amicus curiae dans l'arbitrage d'investissement’ (2007) 22 ICSID Review-Foreign Investment Law Journal 380 (with F. Grisel).
  54. ‘Impunity: Elements for an Empirical Concept’ (2007) 25 Law and Inequality 115.
  55. Amicus Intervention in Investor-State Arbitration’ (2006/2007) Dispute Resolution Journal 72.
  56. ‘The International Regulation of Financial Conglomerates: A Case-Study of Equivalence as an Approach to Financial Integration’ (2006) 37 California Western International Law Journal 1.
  57. ‘Human Rights and Investment Arbitration: the Role of Amici Curiae’ (2006) Revista Colombiana de Derecho Internacional 231.
  58. ‘Autour du “crime des crimes”: au-delà des affaires humaines?’ (2005) Raisons politiques 9.

Chapters in edited volumes:

  1. ‘Governing the Environmental Dimensions of Pathogen Spillover, Disease Outbreaks and Spread’, in G.-L. Burci, G. Le Moli, J. E. Vinuales (eds.), The WHO International Health Regulations. Commentary and Analysis (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2024) (with N. de Sadeleer and G. Le Moli)
  2. ‘Article 8: Conduct under Direction or Control’, in A. Kulick and M. Waibel (eds.), Commentary on General International Investment Law and Arbitration (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2023) (with A. Papanastasiou)
  3. ‘Article 5: Conduct of Empowered Entities’, in A. Kulick and M. Waibel (eds.), Commentary on General International Investment Law and Arbitration (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2023) (with O. Hailes)
  4. ‘Article 7: Excess of Authority or Contravention of Instructions’ in Patrícia Galvão Teles and Pierre Bodeau-Livinec (eds), The Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts. A Commentary (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2023) (with P. Rossi)
  5. ‘Article 5: Conduct of Persons or Entities Exercising Elements of Governmental Authority’ in Patrícia Galvão Teles and Pierre Bodeau-Livinec (eds), The Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts. A Commentary (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2023) (with O. Hailes)
  6. ‘International Law and Global Environmental Change in Historical Perspective’, in D. Kritsiotis, E. Benvenisti (eds.), The Cambridge History of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2023, vol. XII), chapter 9
  7. ‘Les sources du droit international sont-elles adaptées aux défis environnementaux ?’ in C. Santulli, P. Martin-Bidou (eds.), Colloque des 100 ans de l’IHEI de Paris (Paris : Pédone, forthcoming 2022)
  8. ‘Of fragments, concepts and missions: General principles of law in the work of the Institut de Droit International’, in Sesquicentennial Book of the Institute of International Law 1873 – 2023 (2023), chapter 43
  9. The Deep Prevention of Future Pandemics through a One Health Approach: What role for a Pandemic Instrument?’, C-EENRG/GHC (July 2022) (with G. Le Moli, G.-L. Burci, A. Strobeyko, S. Moon)
  10. ‘SDG 7: Access to Affordable, Reliable, Sustainable and Modern Energy for All’, in J. Ebbesson, E. Hey (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2022), pp. 185-207 (with S. Bruce)
  11. ‘Distributive Justice and the Global Governance of Energy’, in M. Dahlan et al (eds.), Research Handbook on Energy, Law and Ethics (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2022), pp. 15-27 (with A. Feitosa)
  12. ‘Attribution of Conduct to the State in Investment Arbitration’, in J. E. Vinuales, M. Waibel (eds.), ICSID Reports: Attribution of Conduct to the State (Cambridge University Press, 2022, vol. 20), pp. 16-95
  13. ‘Two layers of self-regulation’, in E. Webster, L. Mai (eds.), Transnational Environmental Law in the Anthropocene: Reflections on the Role of Law in Times of Planetary Change (London: Routledge, 2021) [reprinted version of an article published in Transnational Legal Theory]
  14. ‘The Friendly Relations Declaration and Peremptory Norms’, in D. Tladi (ed.), Peremptory Norms of General International Law (Jus Cogens) Come of Age (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2021), pp. 668-688
  15. ‘The Law of Economic Globalization and Cities’, in H. P. Aust, J. Nijmann (eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cities (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2021), pp. 279-292 (with L. Reimers)
  16. ‘Sustainable Development’, in L. Rajamani and J. Peel (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2021), pp. 285-301
  17. ‘Customary International Law and the Environment’, in L. Rajamani and J. Peel (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2021), pp. 385-401 (with P.-M. Dupuy and G. Le Moli)
  18. ‘Energy Security: Securing Energy Resources and Flows’, in R. Greiß and N. Melzer (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the International Law of Global Security (Oxford University Press, 2021), pp. 450-467 (with Tibisay Morgandi)
  19. ‘Defence Arguments in Investment Arbitration’, in J. E. Vinuales and M. Waibel (eds.), ICSID Reports: Defence Arguments in Investment Arbitration (Cambridge University Press, 2020), pp. 9-108
  20. ‘Due diligence in international environmental law: A fine-grained cartography’, in H. Krieger, A. Peters, L. Kreuzer (eds.), Due Diligence in the International Legal Order (Oxford University Press, 2020), pp. 111-128
  21. ‘An Enduring Ideal?’, in J. E. Vinuales (ed.), The Friendly Relations Declaration at 50: An Assessment of the Fundamental Principles of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020), pp 1-11
  22. ‘Principles governing economic activities’, in J. E. Vinuales (ed.), The Friendly Relations Declaration at 50: An Assessment of the Fundamental Principles of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020), pp 331-361 (with M. Waibel and J. Kurtz)
  23. ‘Prevention of significant environmental harm’, in J. E. Vinuales (ed.), The Friendly Relations Declaration at 50: An Assessment of the Fundamental Principles of International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020), pp 283-313 (with L.-A. Duvic-Paoli)
  24. ‘A Foundational Experiment: The Timor Leste-Australia Conciliation. In: Tomuschat C., Kohen M. (Eds.) Flexibility in International Dispute Settlement: Conciliation Revisited (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2020), pp. 156-178 (with G. Le Moli)
  25. ‘Seven Ways of Escaping a Rule: Of Exceptions and their Avatars in International Law’, in L. Bartels, F. Paddeu (eds), Exceptions in International Law (Oxford University Press, 2020), pp. 67-70
  26. ‘Legal Aspects of Energy Policy’, in M. Pollitt et al (eds.), In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy: A multidisciplinary approach to energy and climate problems (Cambridge University Press, 2019) (with T. Morgandi)
  27. ‘Comparative Environmental Law: Structuring a Field’, in E. Lees and J. E. Vinuales (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2019), chapter 1.
  28. ‘Experiments in International Adjudication: Past and Present’, in I. de la Rasilla, J. E. Vinuales (eds.), Experiments in International Adjudication: Historical Accounts (Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp.
  29. ‘Foreign Investment and the Environment in International Law: Current Trends’, in K. Miles (ed.), Research Handbook on Environment and Investment Law (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2019), pp. 12-37.
  30. Epílogo: El Acuerdo de París y la Transición Ecológica’, in S. Borras Petinat, P. Villavicencio Calzadilla (eds.), El Acuerdo de París sobre el Cambio Climático: Un Acuerdo Histórico o una Oportunidad Perdida? Análisis Jurídico y Perspectivas Futuras (Madrid, 2019)
  31. ‘La distribution de la charge de protéger l’environnement: Expressions juridiques de la solidarité’, in A. Supiot (ed.), Face à l’irresponsabilité: La dynamique de la solidarité (Paris: Conférences du College de France, 2018), pp. 19-36.
  32. ‘The influence of environmental protection on the fabric of international law’, in R. Pisillo Mazzeschi and P. De Sena (eds), Global Justice, Human Rights and the Modernization of International Law (Berlin: Springer, 2018).
  33. ‘Environmental and Energy Law as a Field of Research: A Structural Overview’, in J. E. Viñuales and E. Lees (eds.), Environmental and Energy Law – Vol I: International Dimensions, Vol II: European Dimensions, Vol III: Transnational, Comparative and Domestic Dimensions (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017) (with E. Lees).
  34. ‘Environmental Protection, Differentiated Reponsibility and World Trade: Making Room for Climate Action’, U. Luterbacher, D. Sprinz (eds.), The Evolving Climate Regime (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2017) (with U. Luterbacher and C. Norrlof).
  35. ‘Sources of International Investment Law: Conceptual Foundations of Unruly Practices’, in S. Besson, J. d’Aspremont (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Sources of International Law (Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 1069-1094.
  36. ‘International investment law and natural resource governance’, in K. Kulovesi, E. Morgera (eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2016), chapter 2 (also published as an E15 Think Piece for the Extractive Industries Group of the E15 Initiative, WEF/IISD/ICTSD, 2015; also translated into Chinese for the Taiwan Law Review).
  37. ‘Observations sur le traitement des motifs scientifiques dans le contentieux environnemental international’, in F. Couveinhes Matsumoto and R. Nollez-Goldbach (eds.), Les motifs non-juridiques des jugements internationaux. Actes de la 1ère journée de droit international de l'ENS (Paris: Pedone, 2016), pp. 113-125.
  38. ‘Concluding observations: The laws and the judge of foreign investment’, in A. Tanzi et al (eds), International Investment Law in Latin-America: Problems and Prospects (The Hague: Brill, 2015), chapter 31.
  39. ‘L’Etat face à la protection internationale de l’entreprise: Regards sur le droit international des investissements contemporain’, in A. Supiot (ed.), L'état de l'entreprise dans un monde sans frontiers. Perspectives economiques et juridiques (Paris: Dalloz, 2015), chapter 6.
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