The Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL)

UEF Law School is the leading Finnish research institution in the area of natural resources, climate change, energy and environmental law. Its staff members contribute actively in academic and policy discussions both nationally and internationally. 

The Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL) brings together a range of activities from UEF Law School and provides for a common platform for discussion, research and education. Over 20 researchers work at the Centre, 4 of which are professors.

Education: The Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law has several international programs in climate change, energy and environmental law and policy. The full list of available courses and programs is available here.

Research: Research at UEF Law School focuses on international, regional and national law and policy issues in climate change, energy and environment. It is currently hosting eight multidisciplinary research projects funded by Academy of Finland and has several other externally funded research projects. Further information about current research activities is available here.

Discussion: The Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law organizes several international events each year. These academic events are often interdisciplinary and allow the exchange of ideas on common issues across disciplines. Updated information about forthcoming events is available in the News and Events -section.