Litigating Climate Change under UNCLOS-
This seminar will discuss the role that litigation under Part XII of UNCLOS could play in enforcing states’ obligations to protect and preserve the marine environment from the effects of climate change. Inter-state litigation is a weapon employed by weaker states with limited diplomatic leverage over their bigger, more powerful...
Environmental Rights in Cultural Context-
The seminar serves to discuss the Environmental Rights in Cultural Context (ERCC) project that Dirk Hanschel is currently conducting as a fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, Germany. This project looks at laws in several countries of the Global South which have combined environmental protection...
"It's a regulator, but not as we know it": the Oil and Gas Authority-
Professor Terry Daintith will discuss his article, “Government Companies as Regulators” (2019 Modern Law Review, 1-28). Sectoral regulators in the United Kingdom, such as Ofgem for gas and electricity, or Ofcom for broadcasting and telecommunications, are normally statutory bodies organised under specific legislation. Exceptionally, the regulator recently (2015) established for the...
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