Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance (SCELG) seeks to identify and shape emerging areas of research that cut across traditional disciplinary boundaries within the law, are in increasing demand from policy-makers and key stakeholders at all levels of governance at the crossroad of international, European Union, regional, national and sub-national law.
This global aspiration chimes with Scotland's ambition to experiment with innovative approaches to environmental regulation and governance (see, for instance, its Hydro Nation Agenda, or its activities on community-based renewables) that may be of relevance in other parts of the world.
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Can benefit-sharing address the equity deficit within the green economy?