David Hodgkinson is an Associate Professor in the Law School at UWA; Special Counsel with Clayton Utz, a national Australian law firm; and a principal of The Hodgkinson Group, a consulting firm with advisors located around the world.
David is the co-author of the book Global Climate Change: Australian Law and Policy (2008) and the general editor of Australian Climate Change Law and Policy (2009). As executive director of EcoCarbon, a non-profit organisation, he manages an industry partnership which is building capacity in mechanisms designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. He also leads an international project team working on a draft convention for persons displaced by climate change.
- Air travel and 21st century fears
- Putting a price on carbon: Why not a carbon tax?
- Aviation’s emissions problem
- Kyoto is Dead-Long Live New Climate Change Arrangements
- Saying Yes to Nuclear: Part II
- Saying Yes to Nuclear: One Option to Mitigate Climate Change
- A Convention for Persons Displaced by Climate Change