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Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

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Seminars

Weekly seminars by the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance, on Thursdays at The David Attenborough Building

The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (CEENRG) is hosting a weekly seminar series throughout the 2018-2019 academic year. These are informal and friendly talks allowing discussion of on-going work for PhD students, early career and senior researchers. Seminars take place every Thursday, 3-4 pm, room 2.49. 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! The talks are followed by a coffee break (coffee and nibbles provided) in the Common Room of the David Attenborough Building (DAB).  

The calendar for Easter term 2018-19 can be found in poster format at here.

 

   25 April

Dr Steven Vaughan, Associate Professor of Environmental Law, University College London

When and how should we care if judges care about the environment? 

■  02 May

Monica Kholi, Solicitor, Gard Protection and Indemnity Club 

Sulphur 2020 – the countdown begins

  09 May

Prof. Volker Hoffmann, Professor for Sustainability and Technology,
ETH Zurich

Technology, policy or market – How to support the energy transition?

■ 16 May

Dr Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli, Lecturer in the Dickson Poon School of Law,
King's College London

The prevention of environmental harm in international law

■  23 May

Dr Pierre Bocquillon, Lecturer in Politics, University of East Anglia

The political challenges of ramping up EU's ambition on climate and energy 

  30 May

Benedict Probst, PhD candidate, University of Cambridge

Can open access accelerate clean-tech innovation? Evidence from four clean energy technologies

  06 June

Dr Daniela Sanchez-Lopez, Margaret Anstee Research Fellow, 
Newnham College, Cambridge

Towards a geopolitical ecology of lithium in the South American Triangle

  13 June

Nicolas Valenzuela, PhD candidate, University of Cambridge

Do the rich recycle more? Income inequality, economics of recycling, and the role of institutions in circular economy

 

Past seminars: Michaelmas 2016 poster, Lent 2017 poster, Michaelmas 2017 poster and Lent 2018 poster, Easter 2018 posterMichaelmas 2018 poster and Lent 2019 poster