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Research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law

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The object of having a research group working on questions relating to Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law is to create a forum for identification, analysis and discussion, as well as for dissemination of knowledge on the development of law during a period of time where society's interest in the environment and natural resources is continuously growing.

The research group is lead by Associate Professor Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui.

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Joint purchasing of energy - competition law barriers and geopolitical implications

On the 9th of June, The Bergen Centre for Competition Law and Economics and the Research Group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law hosted a hybrid seminar on joint purchasing of energy with a special focus on competition law barriers and geopolitical implications.

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Seminar: Can regulatory capital be "green"?

On Friday the 10th of June, the research group held a digital seminar with Eyolf Aarø on bank regulatory capital, discussing whether such financial instruments legitimately can be labelled "green".

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Excursion to Småkraft hydropower

ARQUS short term exchange

During the last week of April, the University of Bergen welcomed 6 students from Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 as a part of the ARQUS collaboration program on Energy Law, and especially focusing on Local Energy Transition.

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Seminar on liability for business-related human rights violations in a group

On 12 May, Line Gjerstad Tjelflaat presented parts of her work on liability in the event of business-related human rights violations in a group for the research group for natural resource, environmental and development law and the research group for tort law.

Do you want to write your master thesis on Natural Resources, Environmental Law or Development Law?

We want to connect with master students who would like to write their master thesis within one of our research fields. As a master student affiliated with the research group, you will get the opportunity to present your project for the research group and receive feedback, as well as supervision from one of our members. Read more on the master students currently affiliated with our group and potential supervisors for your master thesis.