Researchers in climate law at the University of Eastern Finland are participating in 4I TRACTION -project seeking to develop and assess transformative policies and an effective governance framework to implement them in accordance with the EU’s objective of climate-neutrality by 2050.
Scholars of climate law at the University of Eastern Finland are participating in NDC ASPECTS, an extensive, international project seeking to provide research-based knowledge to support the achievement of the goals of the Paris Agreement, and to promote increasingly ambitious Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
The impact of human activity on the Earth’s biosphere requires radical changes in economic, legal, political, and governance systems in order for people to still have a chance at a better, more equitable and sustainable future.
The Academy of Finland has granted funding from its supplementary budget to four new Flagships for the years 2020–2024. The University of Eastern Finland is involved in three of them.