New Thought-In-Progress Series

Posted on 20 April 2021 by Hannah Hughes

The Centre for Environmental Justice (CEJ) has launched a new Thought-in-Progress (TIP) series to create a forum to present and test new ideas in environmental law and politics that may not yet be fully developed into a paper. The first TIP presenter will be our very own Dr Richard Caddell presenting his thoughts on the
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Book launch: A virtual conversation with Daniel Newman on his contribution to advancing sustainable economic systems

Posted on 9 February 2021 by Hannah Hughes

In these virtual days I have begun to feel this strange sense of disconnection from colleagues and students, so I really appreciate the opportunity to hear about and share colleague’s research and recent achievements. This month Dr Daniel Newman, a senior lecturer in the School of Law and Politics, is launching a new co-authored book
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Richard Caddell’s new book: Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an Era of Changing Oceans

Posted on 23 October 2019 by Dr Jennifer Allan

Our very own Richard Caddell sat down with us to talk about his new book, (with co-editor Erik Molenaar) Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an Era of Changing Oceans, with Hart Publishing. Comprising 18 chapters and running to almost 500 pages, it is a very substantial work, with a strong socio-eco-legal orientation (there are contributors
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Call for experienced researcher in interviews on global environmental negotiations

Posted on 13 June 2019 by Hannah Hughes

Alice Vadrot (Vienna University) and I are looking for a researcher to participate in a workshop on methods for Conducting research at global environmental negotiations. The workshop will take place at the University of Vienna, 10-11th of September 2019. The prospective participant needs to have extensive experience in conducting interviews on global environmental negotiations, from the intergovernmental
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Call for PhD participants: Conducting research at global environmental negotiations

Posted on 6 June 2019 by Hannah Hughes

Alice Vadrot (Vienna University) and I are looking for PhD students to participate as active discussants in a workshop on methods for Conducting research at global environmental negotiations. The workshop will take place at the University of Vienna, 10th to 11th of September 2019. Prospective participants need to have an interest and experience in researching global environmental negotiations, from the intergovernmental
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The Environmental Case for Brexit: A conversation with Professor Ben Pontin on his new book

Posted on 5 June 2019 by Hannah Hughes

In April, Ben’s book-length contribution to the environment and Brexit debate was published with Hart Publishing, “The Environmental Case for Brexit: A Socio-Legal Perspective.” Many academics who work in environmental law and politics are deeply concerned by the consequences that Brexit may have on environmental standards in the UK, including many EJRU members. I therefore
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