Maria Eduarda Segovia is a Junior Legal Analyst at CPI Brazil, focusing on Climate Law and Governance. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from PUC-Rio, with an emphasis on State and Society, and is a student and tutor of the Specialization Course in Brazilian Environmental Law at the same university. As a researcher of the Law, Environment, and Justice in the Anthropocene Group (JUMA/NIMA/PUC-Rio), she contributed to the development of the Brazilian Climate Litigation Platform – the most comprehensive database on climate litigation in Brazil. In addition, Maria Eduarda serves as a rapporteur of Sabin Center’s Peer Review Network of Climate Litigation (Columbia Law School), reviewing Brazilian cases in the Global Climate Change Litigation Database. She has experience in research on climate change, environmental crime, environmental justice, and human rights due diligence.


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