SCELG Comments on the EU 2030 Biodiversity Strategy and Farm to Fork
The Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance (SCELG) has produced a commentary on the European Union Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 and Farm to Fork Strategy. This has been published as a SCELG Policy Brief and is available here. You can also read the Biodiversity Strategy in full here.
“Regardless of its complexity, a few considerations can nevertheless be drawn mostly about its overarching and subterranean wires and themes.”
Led by SCELG Marie Curie fellow Giulia Sajeva, the Policy Brief features contributions of SCELG PhD Researchers Mika Schroder and Mitchell Lennan, and University of Edinburgh Researcher Sofie Quist based on their collective expertise in EU environmental law, international biodiversity law, and law of the sea.
Find out more about a PhD at SCELG here and our wide range of expertise here.