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C-EENRG announces weekly online seminar series

last modified Nov 20, 2020 10:17 AM


The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) announces online Seminar series throughout the Michaelmas term of the 2020-2021 academic year. The series continue a tradition of in-person C-EENRG Seminars that started in 2016, now moved online due to the ongoing pandemic. These are informal and friendly talks allowing discussion of on-going work for PhD students, early career and senior researchers. Seminars take place online every Thursday, 2-3 pm (UK time). The presenter is expected to speak for 30-45 mins to allow for substantial time for a discussion. Talks focus on issues of climate change, environment and energy. All are welcome!

The seminars will take place online in Zoom. Please register your interest using a simple form. If you are registered, each week, on the day of the seminar, you will receive an e-mail with the Zoom link.

For our first seminar this week, 8 Oct, we are very pleased to welcome C-EENRG Fellow Winfried Huck, Professor for International Economic Law and European Economic Law at Ostfalia University. The title of his talk is: Access to Justice with the SDGs? - Mind the Gaps!

The full schedule of C-EENRG Seminars for the Michaelmas term 2020 can be found below, or on a dedicated Seminars page, or in a poster format here.


C-EENRG Seminars - Michaelmas Term 2020

 ■  8 Oct

Professor Winfried Huck
Brunswick European Law School, Ostfalia University
Access to Justice with the SDGs? – Mind the gaps!


■  15 Oct

Dr Amir Lebdioui
London School of Economics and Political Science
Green industrial policy and low carbon innovation in Latin America: Opportunities and Challenges


■ 22 Oct

Dr Thomas Bauwens
Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University
Collective Action for Sustainability Transitions: Insights from Energy Communities and the Circular Economy


■ 29 Oct

Professor Pilar Moraga
Universidad de Chile
Paris Agreement impact in climate legislation: the case of Chile


■ 05 Nov

Dr Joana Setzer
Grantham Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
Global trends in Climate Change Litigation


■ 12 Nov

Juan Auz
Centre for Fundamental Rights, Hertie School
Human Rights-based Climate Litigation: A Latin American Cartography


■ 19 Nov

Michael Weinold
ETH Zürich
Sources and Impact of Technology Spillovers on Energy Efficiency Technologies: Lessons from 25 years of Light-Emitting Diode Manufacturing


■ 26 Nov

Dr Laura Villalobos
Inter-American Development Bank
Economic value of air quality improvements during COVID-19 lockdowns in Bogotá


■ 03 Dec

Dr Cristina Peñasco
Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge
Assessing the effectiveness of energy efficiency measures in the residential sector through dynamic treatment effects: Evidence for the United Kingdom


■ 10 Dec

Professor Ulrike Grote
Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade, Leibniz University Hannover
Rethinking Land in the Anthropocene: Insights from the WBGU - German Advisory Council on Global Change