Elisa Ruozzi

Title: Palm oil and RED II: ILUC requirements for biofuels under the lens of the World Trade Organization


Elisa Ruozzi has completed her PhD in International economic law in the year 2006 at the age of 27 years from Bocconi University (Milan). She is the Associate Professor of International law at the University of Turin and she has been teaching Environmental litigation and Transnational labour law at the Centre for Transnational Legal Studies based in London. She has published several articles in reputed journals and a monograph. She is currently part of an Horizon 2020 project on collective action initiatives in the field of renewable energy.

Research Interest

international law, human rights law, international environmental law

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