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Environmental Regulation Research Group

The research group on Environmental Regulation aims to develop cutting-edge research in the fields of environmental and climate change law, with a specific focus on international and transnational regulation and litigation.

It aims at assessing how different jurisdictions and different bodies address environmental and climate change concerns, and more particularly how courts and tribunals address gaps, unambitious, or underperformance of environmental and climate change regulation. The focus, therefore, is not necessarily on States’ policies, but rather on the reaction to those policies and the role of courts in that context.

To that end, the major goal of this research group is to help devising a general theory that may used by judges, practitioners, and applicants in order to boost environmental and climate change regulation.