The Law School Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance

  • About us
  • BeneLex project
  • SCELG at the UN Biodiversity Conference
  • SCELG and Brexit
  • SCELG in Southern Africa
  • Centre awarded consultancy from the UN Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Marine genetic resources workshop
  • UN expert consultation
  • SCELG presents at BREXIT Breakfast Seminar at Holyrood on Environmental Implications
  • PG Colloquium V

Welcome to the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance (SCELG). We are based at the University of Strathclyde Law School in Glasgow, Scotland. We strive for globally impactful research, teaching and knowledge exchange in a wide range of inter-connected areas of environmental law and governance.

The Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance was established in 2012 and has benefited from a large investment in 2016. It brings together more than twenty researchers including staff, PhD and visiting researchers based at Strathclyde Law School and welcomes experts from other disciplines.

We aim to identify and shape emerging areas of legal research in environmental governance with a strong development focus, including through innovative teaching geared towards students' global employability and through collaborations with global practitioners.



Discover more about the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance

BeneLex Project

Can benefit-sharing address the equity deficit within the green economy?

Climate and Sustainability Project (CASP)

We coordinate an annual student-led project that explores the legal and policy links between sustainable development and climate change.

Postgraduate teaching

Hear from students and staff about our LLM Climate Change Law & Policy