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Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) continues its online Seminar series in the Easter term of the 2020-2021 academic year. C-EENRG Seminars are informal and friendly talks allowing discussion of on-going work for PhD students, early career researchers and senior academics. Seminars take place every Thursday, 2-3 pm (UK time). The presenter is expected to speak for 30-45 mins to allow substantial time for discussion. Talks focus on issues of climate change, environment and energy. All are welcome!

In Easter 2021 term, the seminars once again 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 a Zoom link.

For our first seminar this week on Thursday, 29 April, we welcome Dr Deyu Li (C-EENRG Fellow; Research Associate, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge) who will present on Knowledge flows and long-term innovations in the global value chain of wind industry: Evidence of heterogeneous benefits in OEMs and component suppliers.

The full schedule of C-EENRG Seminars for the Easter term 2021 can be found below, or on a dedicated Seminars page, or in a poster format here.


C-EENRG Seminars - Easter Term 2021

■  29 April

Dr Deyu Li
Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge | C-EENRG Fellow
Knowledge flows and long-term innovations in the global value chain of wind industry: Evidence of heterogeneous benefits in OEMs and component suppliers


■  06 May

Professor Anne Saab
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Global WarNing: Discourses of Fear in International Climate Change Law


■ 13 May

Dr Aileen Lam
Faculty of Economics, University of Macao | C-EENRG Fellow
Which policy mixes work best for decarbonising passenger cars? Simulating interactions among taxes, subsidies and regulations for UK, US, Japan, China & India


■ 20 May

Hector Pollitt
Director and Head of Modelling, Cambridge Econometrics | C-EENRG Fellow
Assumptions matter: Why climate policy can be good for our economies


■ 27 May

Dr Christian Binz
Department of Environmental Social Sciences, Eawag, Switzerland | Lund University
Toward a multi-scalar perspective on sustainability transitions – Global transformation dynamics in the energy and water sectors


■ 03 June

Dr Pau de Vilchez Moragues
Associate Lecturer in Public International Law and International Relations, Universitat de les Illes Balears
Climate in court. Identifying state obligations to tackle global warming through domestic litigation


■ 10 June

Professor Lavanya Rajamani
Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Dr Louise Jeffery
Climate Policy Analyst, NewClimate Institute
Determining National ‘fair shares’ in GHG mitigation within the principled framework of International Environmental Law


■ 17 June

Dr Benedict Probst
Senior Researcher, ETH Zurich | C-EENRG Fellow
Global Trends in the Invention and Diffusion of Climate Change Mitigation Technologies