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The Role Of Communities In Environmental Protection

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This blog was written by Rachael Miller, third year Law student at the University of Glasgow, who is enrolled on the Environmental Law course convened by Dr Jill Robbie. The modern understanding of environmental protection recognises that the causes and consequences of environmental harms are not confined to a single jurisdiction, and so internationalisation of environmental… Continue reading

To create or not to create? Scotland’s dilemma over establishing a specialist Environmental Court

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This blog was written by Karnik Aggarwal, who is an exchange student from the University of Sydney, Australia, currently studying at the School of Law.  Karnik is enrolled on the Environmental Law course convened by Dr Jill Robbie. Introduction In its response to the Consultation Paper ‘Developments in Environmental Justice in Scotland’, the Scottish Government recently… Continue reading