Delivering Energy and Climate Justice in Africa: Implications for Realizing the United Nations SDGs 7 and 13

Photo by Karsten Würth Godswill Agbaitoro, PhD candidate, University of Essex What do energy and climate justice mean and why do they matter for Africa? According to Climate just, a simple way to understand climate justice is to ensure that collectively and individually we can prepare for, respond to and recover from climate change impacts. … Continue reading Delivering Energy and Climate Justice in Africa: Implications for Realizing the United Nations SDGs 7 and 13

School of Law and Human Rights Centre Host Workshop on Human Rights and Climate Change

Image by Marek Matecki By Dr. Stephen Turner, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Essex and Dr. Birsha Ohdedar, Lecturer in Law, University of Essex On 30 April and 1 May 2020, the University of Essex (School of Law and Human Rights Centre) hosted a workshop on the subject of Human Rights and Climate Change. Owing … Continue reading School of Law and Human Rights Centre Host Workshop on Human Rights and Climate Change

Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter

Godswill Agbaitoro, PhD candidate at the University of Essex, and Dr Eghosa Osa Ekhator, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Derby, have published a book chapter titled 'Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter'. Since the 1960s, energy resources, in particular … Continue reading Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter