Global Ecological Custodianship – workshop

Professor Louis Kotze, Marie Curie fellow and Visiting Professor in Lincoln Law School hosted on behalf of Lincoln Centre for Environmental Law and Justice a workshop on Global Ecological Custodianship – innovations in international environmental law. With contributions from colleagues from Australia, Canada, and experts from the universities of Newcastle, UCL and Warwick, the workshop explored how international environmental law and its scholarship tackles both the new challenges of the Anthropocene, and new concepts such as resilience. The contributors engaged in a wide-ranging discussion, with many using the opportunity to float ideas prior to this year’s IUCN environmental law colloquium in Glasgow later this week.