Professor Caroline Bradley Presents Paper on Climate Finance

Professor Caroline Bradley Presents Paper on Climate Finance

Professor Caroline Bradley
By Miami Law Staff Report

Professor Caroline Bradley

Professor Caroline Bradley Presents Paper on Climate Finance

By Miami Law Staff Report
Her paper, “Why (and Why Not) Climate Finance?,” focuses on finance as a component of climate change policy.

Professor Caroline Bradley recently presented at the American Society of International Law International Economic Law Interest Group Biennial Conference at Texas A&M University School of Law. Her paper, “Why (and Why Not) Climate Finance?” focuses on how finance as a component of climate change policy is inevitable. Climate change adaptation and mitigation are expensive and must be paid for, through taxation, grants, or borrowing. Climate finance also raises significant issues of equity and access to affordable financial services within and between countries.

Bradley joined Miami Law in 1992 and has written widely on matters of British and European financial law. At the University of Miami, she teaches courses in European Community law, United States securities regulation, international finance, and business associations.  She is currently the Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs at Miami Law.