Annalisa Savaresi is research and teaching fellow at the School of
Law, University of Edinburgh. She specialises in international and comparative environmental law. Annalisa is member of the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law and a writer for the Earth Negotiation Bulletin, published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Her work has been presented at numerous international conferences and published in highly regarded collections, including:
“Reducing Emissions from Deforestation in Developing Countries under the UNFCCC. Caveats and Opportunities for Biodiversity”, in Yearbook of International Environmental Law 21 (2011);
“The Human Rights Dimension of REDD”, in RECIEL 2 (2012);
“The Human Rights Implications of ABS”, in (Eds.) Morgera, E. Tsioumani, E. and Buck, M. The Nagoya Protocol in Perspective (BRILL) (2012);
“The Role of REDD+ Role in Harmonising Overlapping International Obligations”, in (Eds.) Hollo, E., Kulovesi, C. and Mehling, M. Climate Change and the Law. A Global Perspective (Springer Publishers) (2012);
“The EU External Action on Forests: FLEGT and the Development of International Law”, in (Ed.) Morgera, E. The Environmental Policy of the European Union: EU and International Law Perspectives (Cambridge University Press) (2012).