Working from the University of Tasmania, in Australia, Benjamin J. Richardson is an international scholar of environmental law, with collateral, interdisciplinary research interests in philosophy, corporate social responsibility and Indigenous peoples. He has worked for over two decades in academic positions in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and England, including as a Senior Canada Research Chair at the University of British Columbia, and numerous visiting positions in several other places including holding the Global Law Visiting Chair at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. He is an award-winning author or editor of 13 books, including The Art of Environmental Law (Bloomsbury, 2019), Time and Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017), Company Law and Sustainability (Cambridge University Press, 2015) and Socially Responsible Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2008). Beyond the academic world, Professor Richardson has been active in a wide variety of community and professional groups, including the Australian Panel of Experts on Environmental Law, the Environmental Defender’s Office, and the Tasmanian Independent Science Council. He has also been personally involved in environmental stewardship, as the former owner of the Blue Mountain View nature sanctuary in Tasmania.