My most immediate research interests are located at the intersection of critical theory, law and ecology, with particular focus on international environmental law and ecosystem governance. I am particularly interested in genealogy as a method of critical legal analysis, and in biopolitics as a theoretical register for reading environmental law.
Current research focuses on 1) ocean commons and especially on the ongoing negotiatiosn towatds a treaty marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction and on the interaxction between space law and law of the sea 2) on critical histories of sovereignty 3) on critical legal ocean studies
I am currently Principal Investigator for a project funded by the FRAM Center that focuses particularly on arctic ecosystem governance
I am also one of the Principal Investigaors in the NCLOS AURORA Center, where I lead the research on Ocean Commons
In 2015 I have been awarded the Annual Richard Macrory Prize for best article in the Journal of Environmental Law (Oxford University Press) for 2015. In 2019 I have been awarded an Honorary Mention from the same prize.