Prof Neil Craik: Technologies of Common ConcernSolar geoengineering technologies propose to cool the Earth's temperature by reducing the amount of radiative energy absorbed by the Earth through methods that scatter or reflect sunlight back to space. This paper explores the legal possibilities and implications of identifying technologies of common concern, using solar geoengineering as an example.
Prof Michael Bowman: Humans, Animals and the International Legal OrderMichael Bowman is an associate professor at the University of Nottingham. His principal teaching and research interests lie in the field of public international law, particularly international environmental law, the law of treaties and the practice of treaty-making.
Prof Campbell Gemmell - The UK Radioactive Waste LegacyCampbell is one of the Deputy Chairs of the UK Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM).
Prof Randall S. Abate: Climate Change and the VoicelessThis presentation identifies the common vulnerabilities of the voiceless in the Anthropocene era and addresses how the law can evolve to protect their interests more effectively through a stewardship-focused and rights-based system.
Conference: A Vision for Ocean Law and Governance for 2020-2030 and BeyondThe Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance is pleased to announce a full-day conference on international law and the protection of the marine environment in Glasgow on Wednesday 5th December 2018.
We aim to make recordings of all our lectures, seminars, and festival events. These are uploaded to the SCELG Youtube page and are also available from the individual event pages below.