Armeni, Chiara (2015): Global Experimentalist Governance, International Law and Climate Change Technologies
Armeni, Chiara (2015): Global Experimentalist Governance, International Law and Climate Change Technologies. In ICLQ, pp. 1–30. DOI: 10.1017/S0020589315000408
Research related to the project Climate Geoengineering Governance (CGG). "This article investigates the opportunities and barriers to developing global experimentalist governance approaches in the international regulation of climate change technologies, focusing on the recent framework for marine geoengineering under the London Dumping Protocol. It argues that, in the face of the limits of international law in dealing with uncertainty, multilevel distribution of power and regulatory disconnection, global experimentalist governance is attractive to catalyse adaptability, iterative learning, participation and cooperation."