Rupert Stuart-Smith

Rupert is a founding member of the Oxford Sustainable Law Programme's management team and a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford where his research focuses on climate change litigation and attribution science. His main research interests include the use and interpretation of scientific evidence in climate litigation and methodological developments in climate change attribution science. His current work also spans climate and glacier modelling, the impacts of climate change on health and strategy development for climate litigation. Rupert's recent publications include research on the impact of climate change on glacial retreat in Peru in the context of an ongoing lawsuit (Lliuya v RWE) and the evidence needed to bring successful legal claims on the impacts of climate change.

University of Oxford
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