Temitope Onifade is a PhD student at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia (UBC). He is completing his doctoral research on how law and society regulate low carbon economies. His supervisor is Dr. Stepan Wood. Temi’s research builds on his training and experience. He is trained in law and environmental policy, and has worked as a lawyer, a law lecturer, and a policy analyst. He has outputs such as scholarly publications, policy materials and corporate documents. His sole-authored publications have appeared in Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, Energy Policy, Human Rights Review, Global Journal of Comparative Law, Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review and International Legal Research Informer, among others, and he has co-authored publications. He has prepared policy materials and/or corporate documents for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada and Biofuel Development Farmers’ Association in Nigeria, among others. He currently serves as a Director, Holistic Sustainable Development Network, and as an Advisory Board Member for Editorial Projects on an International Bar Association committee. He is a recipient of the International Doctoral Fellowship of the University of British Columbia, Scholarship for Energy and Natural Resource Law Studies of the International Bar Association and Sabin Colloquium on Innovative Environmental Law Scholarship at Columbia University, among several other awards.