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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.

Interview
Eddy

Visiting researcher Dr. Eddy Wifa on his research, background and visit to Bergen

Dr. Eddy Wifa, Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, spent a month at the University of Bergen and the research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental law and Development law in November.

Interview
Leigh Hancher

Welcoming Dr. Leigh Hancher as a Professor II

The renowned and highly acclaimed Professor Dr. Leigh Hancher started as a Professor II at the Faculty of Law at the University of Bergen in November. On this occasion, we had a little chat with her.

Meeting
Interconnections

Research seminar with Julius Rumpf

Julius Rumpf, Ph.D. Candidate at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law and a researcher at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, presented parts of his research related to interconnectors and the internal European energy market to the research group on 18 November.

Lecture
Enviro

Lecture on the EU climate package «Fit for 55»

In collaboration with the research group for Natural Resource law, Environmental law and Development law, the student organization Enviro arranged a lecture on the EU climate package "Fit for 55" on 11 November.

Seminar
Max Münchmeyer

Max Münchmeyer presented his PhD project

Max Münchmeyer, a PhD researcher at the Department of Law at the European University Institute in Florence, presented parts of his PhD project to the research group on 11 November.

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.