Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group (ELSRG)
The Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group (ELSRG) provides a forum for research activity in the field of environmental, sustainability and natural resources law. The Group’s members are drawn from across the University as well as externally.
The Group is premised on the belief that environmental problems are problems of the law and society. Members are concerned with the task of connecting global sustainability challenges to the experiences of the communities and fostering innovative and practical law and policy solutions that are necessary for societies to work in harmony with nature.
See a list of Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group members and view staff profiles.
Projects conducted by members of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group, listed under the respective key research themes.
Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group blogs
As featured in the Bristol Law School blog
Historic steps towards protecting marine genetic resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction
Written by Katerina Tschausovska, LLM student
Translating collective international climate goals into adequate individual state contributions
Written by Marcus Liedtke
The UN Climate Change Conference 2021 in Glasgow – success or failure?
Written by Christina Schroeder
Stifling access to sanitation through privatisation of public facilities in Ghana: The cases of human rights and dignity
Written by Dr Felix Nana Kofi Ofori
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