Kati Kulovesi is Professor of International Law, in particular International Environmental Law. Her research interests include international climate change, trade, environmental and renewable energy law.
Kati has previously taught international and European environmental law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and worked at at the University of Helsinki, at the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights and at the Institute for International Economic Law. She has also been a Visiting Researcher at the European University Institute in Florence.
Kati has followed international climate policy and UN climate negotiations since 2001 and worked as consultant and legal adviser, inter alia, for the Finnish Government, World Bank, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, European Commission, Nordic Council of Ministers, IUCN, International Institute for Sustainable Development and Nordic Environment Finance Corporation. She reports from the UN climate change negotiations and other international environmental negotiations in the Earth Negotiations Bulletin.