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Graduating MAEP Student and Lecturer for Environmental Law at Grenfell’s Sustainable Resource Management Programme, Temitope Onifade , recently published his paper entitled “Peoples-based permanent sovereignty over natural resources: Toward functional distributive justice” in Human Rights Review, published by Springer.

The author starts a line of research he calls “functional distributive justice,” employing Norway and Alaska as case studies. He developed this article from one of the research papers he presented in last year’s course entitled Environmental Political Thought.