Dr Peter Doran
Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI), School of Law, The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
Dr Doran has worked as a consultant writer with the UN Climate Change Convention, going back to the negotiation of the Kyoto Protocol, and has written on the topics of climate change; mindfulness; environmental governance and activism on the island of Ireland; rights of nature, including a recent book on the 'mindful commons and the attention economy'. He has worked in NGOs and in parliamentary settings on both sides of the border, and at the United Nations.
FieldsClimate Change Environment United Nations
Areas of Expertise
Climate change, mindfulness, environmental governance and activism on the island of Ireland, rights of nature, Brexit
Dr Doran has extensive media experience and has worked with a range of print, broadcast and online media. Dr Doran is a former journalist with experience in print and broadcast output.
Opinion: Brexit: UK between the devil and the deep blue sea – China Global Television Network (27/11/2018)
Opinion: Broken Kingdom: Theresa May – the last prime minister of the 'United' Kingdom? - China Global Television Network (18/10/2018)
Mindfulness is just Buddhism sold to you by Neoliberals – The Independent (26/02/2018)