Maria Cristina Mundin (Atty.)


Maria Cristina Mundin is a Writer with Earth Negotiations Bulletin as well as a lawyer at International Lawyers Project where she leads the Environment and Sustainable Development Programme. She is a Philippine national based in London and has worked on a wide variety of environmental issues, particularly in developing countries.

She has worked with grassroots communities and civil society groups from around the world to address issues on climate change and energy transition, natural resource governance, biodiversity conservation and protection and wildlife trafficking. Prior to working in London, she was a Court Attorney at the Supreme Court of the Philippines. She was previously an Associate Solicitor with the Office of the Solicitor General of the Philippines where she was part of the legal task force for the Energy Regulatory Commission. She also taught environmental law and administrative law courses at De La Salle University of the Philippines College of Law and Lyceum of the Philippines University College of Law.

Cristina holds a Master's degree in Environmental Law (Distinction) from Queen Mary University of London. She also authored Access to Environmental Justice: A Closer Look at the Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases in the Ateneo Law Journal