Julien Dellaux is Lecturer at the National Museum of Natural History where he notably teaches environmental law. His field of interests manly focus on international environmental law aspects that he taught at the Center university of Brasilia as associate professor during the year 2018-2019, and now at AgroParisTech and Science-Po Lille. He wrote a PhD thesis analyzing legal aspects of REDD+ under climate regime, that received two prizes. He also wrote several articles interesting international environmental and forestry law, French environmental law, and theory of law. He is involved in several programs and projects with Global South countries.
Lecturer in Public Law
National Museum of Natural History, France
Corresponding Junior Fellow