I am a lecturer and a comparative legal researcher working on the relationship between the environment, public health, and human rights. I explore the effective use of laws and litigation around the world in protecting communities and the natural environment from pollution and related threats. I have published more than 20 scholarly works, including 9 articles and 3 book chapters, on the legal response to challenges posed by air pollution, climate change, water and soil contamination, emerging medical technologies, and tobacco products. My work covers national law in different countries, European Union law, and international law.
I am the Managing Editor of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, the leading authoritative scholarly platform in its field for both academics and practitioners.
I have presented my work to various academic and non-academic communities, including lawyers, environmental scientists, and health professionals at national and international conferences in the UK and abroad.