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Climate Law and Governance at King's is concerned with investigating and evaluating legal and governance frameworks for climate change policy across different countries, across different sectors and cultures. Current research in the School is examining governance modalities for the mobilisation of climate finance and technology, how climate change is adjudicated in the courtroom and how it can disrupt dominant legal and decision-making frameworks.

These intimate, informal, discursive, and provocative Armchair Sessions compliment the formal and public Climate Law and Governance Lecture Series. They are given by international and local distinguished experts on their experience of cutting-edge issues in the field.