Bryce Rudyk, executive director of the Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law and adjunct professor of Law, teaches the International Environmental Law Clinic in the fall semester.
He directs the Global Climate Finance Project and organizes the Project’s annual Abu Dhabi workshop on climate finance with academics, international policy experts and country negotatiors. His research focuses on financial mechanisms and architectures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions at the international levels and the corresponding regulatory and institutional structures. Professor Rudyk has written a number of articles on climate change and climate finance, including “A Building Block Strategy for Climate Action,” 13(2) Theoretical Inquiries in Law (forthcoming) (with Michael Oppenheimer and Richard Stewart).
He has an LL.M in International Legal Studies from NYU and a J.D. from the University of Toronto.