News archive for Research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law
Presentation on competition law and sustainability at the Norwegian Competition Authority's sustainability conference (22.12.2022)
On 18 November, Associate Professor Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui gave a presentation at the Norwegian Competition Authority's sustainability conference about sustainability and competition law, and how we can work for a "green(er) competition law".
In a breakfast seminar on 24 November at 9, Dr. Susanne Wende from Technische Universität Berlin presented her findings on the emergence of a hydrogen market in the EU and the potential implications the principle of solidarity could have for the member states' national strategies regarding hydrogen production.
The amount of human rights-based climate change litigation has increased drastically the past years. The recently published book “Litigating the Climate Emergency: How Human Rights, Courts, and Legal Mobilization Can Bolster Climate Action” (Cambridge University Press, 2022) gives a systematic overview of human rights-based climate change litigation and seek to analyse challenges and... Read more
Environmental considerations were the main subject for discussion among the companies represented on the Deep Sea Minerals Conference which was held in Bergen on 26-27 of October this year. Research assistant Mari Bygstad was one of the participants attending as a part of her master thesis research project.
Mari is the new research assistant for the research group.
In a lunch seminar on 26 October, 2022 Barbara Bokor, PhD candidate at the UIB presented her research topic to the members of the research group to share some interesting moments of the regulatory environment on plastic and plastic pollution at international and more particularly at the EU level.
Our Research Group member Catalina Vallejo attended the launch of the More Than Human Rights (MOTH) Project on September 22-24 in Tarrytown, NY State (USA).
The ARQUS European University Alliance aims to bring together academic institutions and students alike for cooperation across languages, borders and disciplines. Under the auspice of the ARQUS Alliance, the University of Bergen in Norway and University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 in France jointly facilitated an exchange program for students in which students wanting to specialise in energy law could... Read more
Breakfast Seminar on Effective Maritime Spatial Planning Regulation Framework and Implementation Challenges (14.10.2022)
In a breakfast seminar on the 21. September 2022 at 9am, Leila Neimane from the University of Latvia shared her preliminary findings from here research project concerning effective maritime spatial planning regulation framework and implementation challenges and best practice examples from the Baltic Sea with the Research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law
On 23 August 2022, the Research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law at the University of Bergen held an international seminar on “The Business of Clean Hydrogen Energy - A Focus on Norway and Canada” together with speakers from the University of Tilburg and Florence School of Regulation, the University of Bergen, the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary,... Read more
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".
On June 9th the Faculty of Law at the University of Bergen together with BECCLE held an in-depth seminar on the potential competition concerns that a joint EU wide gas purchasing platform might raise.
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.
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.
On the 24th of April the research group listened to Andreas Slettevold give a presentation on the topic of climate change and revision of contracts based on unforeseen circumstances.
The research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law have received funding for arranging 'Norwegian Energy & Environmental Law Bergen Days' in 2023.
On the 17th of March Leigh Hancer, Matthew Levitt and Henrik Bjørnebye joined the research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law on the seminar on the New EU Gas and Hydrogen Package and its implications for Norway.
On the twenty third of March 2022, the research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and and Development Law welcomed Rui Guerra da Fonseca to speak about Maritime spaces and Administrative Law.
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