Seminar and Roundtable Series

Each year, we organise a series of guest seminars and roundtables that brings to Strathclyde colleagues who share with us their unique perspective on topical global environmental law and governance issues. The seminars and roundtable are usually held in term time and are open to students and to the general public. Some of the seminars are recorded and can be viewed on our Youtube channel. Please click here for information about the 2021-22 full SCELG seminar series.

""Brexit" and the Environment". Professor Colin T. Reid. 2 December 2015

"Talking about Animal Rights- Moral claims of non-human animals and their legal preconditions" Philipp Gisbertz. 25 November 2015

"Deliberative governance of transboundary rivers in the Ganges-Brahmaputra problemshed; a question of water justice" Paula Hanasz. 26 October 2015

"Hydrofracturing: a U.S. perspective" Dean Leroy (Lee) Paddock and Robert M. Kalin. 13 August 2015

"Human Rights and the environment" Stefania Negri. 3 June 2015

"Entry into force of the United Nations Watercourses Convention: why should it matter?" Dr. Salman M. A. Salman. 22 May 2015

"UNFCC negotiations and the road to Paris" Professor Kati Kulovesi. 22 April 2015

"To tell and reinvent a city: Taranto between development and venoms" Sergio Messina. 18 March 2015

"Artic actors in International Law: the usual suspects?" Elizabeth Kirk. 25 February 2015

"Outcome of the Lima Climate Talks and the road to Paris: a focus on intended nationally determined contributions" Melissa Low. 21 January 2015

"Rare Earth: a rare dispute?" Leon Gerber, Francesco Sindico and Stephanie Switzer. 3 December 2014

"The International Law of Payment for Ecosystem Services" Juan Carlos Sanchez. 26 November 2014

"A pluralist-empirical model of Chinese renewable energy regulation: implications for industry scale-up, environmental and economic modernisation objetives" Steven Geroe. 19 November 2014

"The Common Law of surface activity: general principle and current problems" Barry Barton. 6 May 2014

"UN post-2015 development framework: issues of equity, inclusivity and sustainability" Hilary Homans. 19 March 2014

"Land "grabbing" or land "rush"?" Thierry Berger. 5 March 2014

"Climate justice" Tahseen Jafry. 12 February 2014

"Is a comprehensive global framework of adjudicatory fora the means to enhanced global environmental protetion?" Tinashe Masvimbo Madebwe. 17 December 2013

"Carbon offsets: markets, law and governance" Christopher Arup. 30 October 2013

"Shaping India's climate change agenda: governance, negotiation and climate activism" Nanda Kumar Janardhanan. 9 October 2013

"The Nagoya Proocol: the obligation to share benefits from the utilization of generic resources" Mireia Martinez Barrabes. 19 September 2013

"Between twilight and Renaissance- changing prospects for the carbon market?" Michael Mehling. 9 September 2013

"Mineral waters in Brazil- regulatory framework and comparative legal perspective relating to water resource management" Ana Lucia Gesicki. 25 June 2013