Natalie Jones is an SEI Affiliated Researcher with the SEI Oxford Centre and a postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge.
Her research focuses on participation in global decision-making, self-determination, and various aspects of international climate change law and policy. She has published numerous articles in journals including Climate Law, Carbon and Climate Law Review, and the British Yearbook of International Law. Alongside her research, Natalie writes for the Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB), covering multilateral talks on climate, biodiversity, and sustainable development.
Natalie holds a PhD and LLM specializing in international law from the University of Cambridge, and an LLB and BSc in physics from the University of Canterbury. She previously worked as a judges’ clerk at the High Court of New Zealand, as an intern at the SEI Oxford Centre in 2019, and as an intern at Urgenda’s Climate Litigation Network and the Interamerican Association for Environmental Defence (AIDA).