CCEEL produces high-quality and policy-relevant research in its areas of expertise.
The Centre’s research activities are carried out by four research groups. The groups focus respectively on climate change and international environmental law; energy law; Finnish national environmental law; and law in water and environmental governance.
CCEEL’s research activities cover international, European and national legal and policy developments. CCEEL researchers also actively participate in relevant theoretical and methodological discussions in legal studies.
CCEEL’s research activities are carried out in four research groups:
- Climate Change and International Environmental Law (led by Professors Kati Kulovesi and Harro van Asselt with participation by part-time Professors Sebastian Oberthür and Harri Kalimo)
- Energy Law (led by part-time Professor Kim Talus)
- National Environmental Law (led by Professor Ismo Pölönen)
- Law in Water and Environmental Governance (led by Professors Antti Belinskij and Niko Soininen)
Climate Change and
The International Environmental Law
Professors Kati Kulovesi
and Harro van Asselt