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C-EENRG

Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

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Welcome to the website of the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG, read ‘synergy’). C-EENRG’s core mission is to conduct integrative research on the governance of environmental transitions, understood as social and technological processes driven by environmental constraints that lead to fundamental changes in social organisation. Our work draws upon the knowledge of the drivers and implications of environmental change generated in various centres across the University of Cambridge and focuses on the law and governance dimensions of environmental transitions. Law is viewed as a technology to bring, guide and/or manage environment-driven societal transformation.


C-EENRG Featured Conference

Professor Laura Diaz Anadon chairing and presenting in a panel on the 10th Anniversary of the EU’s Strategic Technology (SET) Plan in Bratislava, with Mr. Patrick Child (Deputy Director-General of the EU DG on Research and Innovation (DG RTD) presenting the new developments in Mission Innovation and the EU SET Plan.

Link to the video

C-EENRG Featured Article

Anadón et al (2017) review efforts to incorporate three major analytical approaches to facilitate public energy R&D decision-making under uncertainty.

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Database on State Bilateral Energy Agreements

On November 2017, Dr Tibisay Morgandi, Postdoctoral Fellow at C-EENRG, University of Cambridge, published an original collection of State bilateral agreements regulating State activities in the field of energy.

Welcome to EnergyBilaterals.org

Nature's Grand Challenge Series: Energy

To combat global warming, the world needs to change where it gets its energy from. Three energy experts - Nigel Brandon (Imperial), Laura Diaz Anadon (C-EENRG) and Yacob Mulugetta (UCL) - discuss the challenges of transitioning to low-carbon energy, and what advances are needed to make the journey possible. This is the final episode in the Grand Challenges podcast series.

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C-EENRG Working Papers

The C-EENRG Working Papers provide a platform to convey research aiming to support the effective governance of such environmental transitions. The series hosts research across disciplines, including law, economics, policy, and modelling.

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C-EENRG Featured Speech

In this UN environmental law lecture, Professor Jorge E. Viñuales provides an up-to-date survey of the international law of climate change, focusing on the legal architecture of the Paris Agreement, its main components and its broader basis in transnational and comparative law.

Link to UN Audiovisual Library of International Law