Kerryn Brent

Kerryn Brent is a lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania, and a deputy director of the Australian Forum for Climate Intervention Governance, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania.

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Kerryn Brent is a lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania, and a deputy director of the Australian Forum for Climate Intervention Governance, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania. Kerryn researches in the field of international environmental law, specializing in the governance of solar radiation management and carbon dioxide removal technologies. In 2017, Kerryn was awarded her doctorate on the topic of customary international law and the governance of stratospheric aerosol SRM proposals. Since then, her research has also focused on the governance of marine SRM and CDR technologies. Her research has been published in leading international journals, including Nature Climate Change, and she has been invited to present her research on geoengineering and international law in Australia and overseas. Kerryn is currently co-chair of the Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law Oceans and International Environmental Law Interest Group and a member of the Centre of Marine Socioecology. She is admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of New South Wales. 

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