Three Lincoln Law academics gave presentations at the 2018 IUCN annual Environmental Law Colloquium, held this year at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
Dr Stephen Turner presented on “The role of technology in determining the standard of protection afforded by environmental rights”.
Professor Louis Kotze, Marie Curie fellow, presented on “Law and Governance of Risk, Innovation and Resilience in the Anthropocene: Towards a new Lex Anthrpocena?”
Professor Duncan French, Head of School, presented on “Science, Popular Science and the Quickening Demise of General International Environmental Law?”.
Professor Kotze also contributed to a major session on discussing the future of environmental law with Special Rapporteur on the Environment, Professor John Knox.