Grant awarded to CILCC to establish a network on Arctic Environmental Governance
Beatriz Martinez Romera (Center for International Law, Conflict and Crisis - CILCC) has received an International Network Program grant from the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education to establish a research network on Arctic environmental and climate change governance with the Center for International Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada (CIGI). The International Law Research Program at CIGI includes scholars from most prestigious universities in Canada.
The purpose of the Arctic Environmental Governance Research Network (ArcEnGov) is to develop a framework for collaboration between the partner institutions and scholars in Denmark and Canada, and explore research synergies in connection to environmental and climate change emerging challenges in the Arctic.
The Arctic Environmental Governance Research Network (ArcEnGov) will be launched in January 2019 and an international conference on Arctic Governance will be organized in the spring of 2019.