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Will the UK be the next world leader on climate change?

Posted on 31 July 2020 by Dr Jennifer Allan

By Maighdlin Mcilvaney, third year LLB student on the Environmental Law and Justice module of Cardiff School of Law and Politics The UK Government’s goal is to be the first […]

Richard Caddell’s new book: Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an Era of Changing Oceans

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 […]

Call for experienced researcher in interviews on global environmental negotiations

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 […]

Call for PhD participants: Conducting research at global environmental negotiations

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 […]

The Environmental Case for Brexit: A conversation with Professor Ben Pontin on his new book

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 […]

EJRU News: PhD networks, Brexit, Methodological innovation, TripleCOPs and More!

EJRU News: PhD networks, Brexit, Methodological innovation, TripleCOPs and More!

Posted on 4 June 2019 by Hannah Hughes

PhD student, Caer Smyth, attends early career conference at Stanford University (10-11 May, 2019).

EJRU News: Student Conference, Trips to New York and Jane Bennett Visit Scheduled

EJRU News: Student Conference, Trips to New York and Jane Bennett Visit Scheduled

Posted on 12 April 2019 by Hannah Hughes

With the Easter holiday approaching it seems like a good time to reflect on and celebrate some of the EJRU research activities and events, particularly the students’ contribution to these […]

NO MOM, I DON’T NEED A DRIVING LICENSE

NO MOM, I DON’T NEED A DRIVING LICENSE

Posted on 11 March 2019 by mullerm@cardiff.ac.uk

Why the car system is environmentally destructive and how we can foster sustainable mobility Climate change is the greatest challenge of our century, and mobility is an essential feature of […]

The Hardest Pill to Swallow: The Impact of Drugs on the Environment

Posted on 7 March 2019 by Ellie Griffin

Yuko Shimizu Drugs, both illicit and legal, are an unspoken and largely unreported contributor to environmental degradation. They affect the environment in a magnitude of ways, many of which have […]

Buzzkill: The Case of Colony Collapse Disorder

Buzzkill: The Case of Colony Collapse Disorder

Posted on 29 January 2019 by Charlotte Gehrke

Telling the Bees In the nineteenth century, it was believed that if a household caring for a bee colony failed to tap their key on the hive and tell the […]