Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Tanya Jones

Research interests:

Climate change, climate justice, restorative justice, environmental law, adaptation, glacier-dependent communities, climate litigation

Career history:

Education and qualifications
2018 – 2019 LLM Environmental Law, University of Dundee (distinction)
2000 – 2001 Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (grade B)
1990 – 1991 Law Society Final Examination, College of Law, York, (First Class)
1989 – 1990 Common Professional Examination, College of Law, York
1988 – 1989 MA Medieval Studies, University of York
1983 – 1986 MA English Literature, King’s College, Cambridge University (2:1)

Active research projects:

Research Question
Can restorative justice create a principle for and process of restorative climate justice applicable to adaptation needs of communities affected by deglaciation?

1. To investigate perceptions of risk, adaptation needs and justice among Andean communities affected by climate change.
2. To research the concepts of restorative justice in relation to global, legal and ethical relationship.
3. To develop a globally relevant model of restorative climate justice.

Recent publications:


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