Prof. Dr Martha Roggenkamp and Dr Avelien Haan participated in the CCS regulatory network meeting of the IEA in March 2011. During these meetings representatives of countries, NGO’s and industry discuss the regulatory issues related to CCS.
Central themes during the meeting were:
Avelien Haan held a scene setting presentation on long term liability, after which the countries and organizations that ware represented, shared their insights and views on this issue. As a representative of CCS research in the Netherlands, Martha Roggenkamp presented the GCEL view on the three central themes of the network meeting.
Ter gelegenheid van de Internationale Dag van de Vrede, op 21 september, hebben alle basisscholen in Nederland deze week het boek Superdilemma’s ontvangen. Het boek is samengesteld door rechtswetenschappers van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Professor of Public Order Law Michel Vols has been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant for his research into the extent to which national and international laws protect people from eviction.
A proposal on the legal constraints and opportunities for the European Union to further its ambitions as an international diplomatic actor has been selected by the European Commission.