Caroline Haywood

Ms. Caroline Haywood (LL.M. McGill University, LL.B. Australian National University (ANU), B.A. (ANU)) is an environmental lawyer and policy analyst, specialized in international climate change law and policy. Caroline’s professional career has been focused on legal preparedness for climate change in developing countries, focusing on climate change mitigation, adaptation and finance, as well as the transition to a green economy. She also worked in renewable energy policy for the Australian Federal public service, where she worked primarily on Australia’s domestic solar energy programs and international carbon capture and storage policy. Caroline’s legal academic background has focused on international environmental law, and her research interests include sub-national government climate change approaches and market mechanism approaches to climate change mitigation. She has published two articles of legal scholarship on emissions trading schemes, in the Environmental and Planning Law Journal in 2009 and in the Review of European Community and International Environmental Law in 2011 and most recently co-authored a piece on the EU’s proposed inclusion of the aviation sector in the EU ETS in Environmental Law & Management in 2012. In 2007-2008, Caroline completed the Certificat de Droit Transnational (Certificate of Transnational Law) at Geneva University, Switzerland. Caroline speaks English, French and German.