Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law
The UEF Law School hosts a Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL). The Centre is a network of researchers and experts in the area of natural resources, climate change, energy and environmental law. It brings together a wide range of activities from the UEF Law School and provides for a common platform for discussion, research, international events and education.
The Centre currently hosts over 20 researchers and 4 professors. The Director of the Centre is Professor Kim Talus.
The 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 activities of the new Centre will highlight these areas of expertise and provide for timely information on the recent developments, publications and educational possibilities in the area of climate change, energy and environmental law.
In addition to the extensive research, the Centre also offers a range of programmes and degrees in the field of Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law. There are two Master's Degree Programs, an LL.M. in Energy law and multiple possibilities for PhD students alike.
To find further information about the Centre, please visit the website at www.uef.fi/cceel or contact the Director of the Centre Kim Talus at kim.talus(at) uef.fi.