Harriet Bradley is working as a policy researcher in Brussels. Her main fields of specialism are international climate change negotiations and agricultural policy in the EU and globally. In particular she is interested in questions of environmental and social justice. She holds a masters degree in International Public Policy from University College London and a bachelors degree in History from Durham University.
The concept of loss and damage due to the impacts of climate change first entered into the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiating text in 2008. Eight years on, the issue still appears to be little known to people outside of a specific community of policy actors, NGOs and academics working on the issue.Read more