Romane Noubel is a intern at CERIC at the University of Aix-Marseille during her Master 2 “International and European environmental law” carried out at the same University. Through her studies in law, she decided to specialize in international law and more particularly in environmental law. During her studies she also studied journalism, communication as well as undertook a webdesign training.
Within the environmental clinic directed by Eve Truilhé, she participated in the writing of the report for a NGO on the rules concerning the transboundary movement of plastic waste. She has also written two research reports on positive international law regulating underwater noise pollution as well as on IMO’s efforts on atmospheric pollution from maritime transport.
During her internship at CERIC and more particularly at JEL, she is in charge of the communication part through the creation of the website but also the promotion of the group’s work and news related to environmental justice. She is also in charge of researches with the creation of summary on climate litigation.
Email address : romane.noubel[at]gmail.com