Posted: January 26, 2024

Gastón began his role with C2LI in 2019 during a research stay at the University of Strathclyde as part of SCELG’s Visiting Researchers Programme. He is an Argentinian lawyer specialized in environmental law and has academic and practical experience in climate change, access to justice, and environmental democracy issues. As a way of channelling his academic work directly to society, Gastón has provided legal advice to public interest non-governmental organizations in Latin America and Spain and has developed climate education activities. He is fluent in Spanish (mother tongue) and English and has elementary proficiency in Portuguese, German and Catalan. He has worked in Latin America and Europe, both as an academic and a legal advisor. In addition to C2LI, Gastón is finalizing his PhD in Law on climate change litigation while working as a research fellow at the Tarragona Centre for Environmental Law Studies (CEDAT) in Spain.