Case Study on Governance in Space Exploration
ISPL is pleased to post this study, written as a dissertation for an MSc in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management at the University of Leicester’s Civil Safety and Security Unit. Although it is not specifically concerned with space law or policy, we believe it will be of interest to many in the space sector and in government.
Some of the topics explored in the context of a private, one-way colonisation of Mars, include private vs public risk and the concept of envoys of mankind.
See the Study here.
Dorte Jessen is currently engaged with World Food Programme Monitoring and Evaluation, Kabul, Afghanistan. Previously, she held posts in a number of areas of crisis, including as WFP’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator in Jordan.