We systematically engage with local, regional and international actors to co-identify real-life knowledge gaps and strategic directions for research on the role of law in environmental governance at different levels and in different sites. We share our expertise and research findings outside academia through:
- multi-stakeholder advisory boards for our research projects and academic-practitioner workshops;
- international events on the side-lines of multilateral environmental negotiating sessions;
- international consultancies for the UN and other organizations, as well as national governmental, non-governmental or private-sector actors interested in/affected by legal developments in environmental governance;
- legal assistance to/capacity building for developing countries.
We welcome the opportunity to make new connections with stakeholders, including through our Visiting Researchers programme at Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance.