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New platform on international energy governance

last modified Jan 13, 2017 02:42 PM

New Platform on International Energy Governance

Professor Vinuales and Dr Duvic-Paoli are delighted to announce the creation of a Platform on International Energy Governance that brings together world leading universities and research centres active in the field of international energy law and policy. It aims to serve as a network of excellence that fosters the conduct of research in unexplored areas of international energy governance. The creation of the Platform was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Philomathia Foundation.

The Platform brings together world leading universities and research centres active in the field of international energy law and policy. The main objective is to attract academics, including doctoral and post-doctoral researchers, interested in pursuing state of the art research on international energy governance. Further aims include to promote exchanges between member institutions and beyond; facilitate data sharing; and advance education by promoting the design of new courses.

In addition to the University of Cambridge, other member institutions are the Centre for International Environmental Studies at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva ;  the Centre for Energy Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee; the University of Oxford Faculty of Law; UCL Faculty of Laws; and Sciences Po Law School. For more information, see the Platform’s website: https://platform-energygovernance.org/.

History of Wealth Project

This project, co-funded by the Philomathia Foundation and the Isaac Newton Trust, investigates the broader significance of wealth an inheritance in 19th and early-20th century Britain.

This programme was launched by POLIS in October 2013, and aims to train future policy-makers to value and promote evidence-based policies that can most benefit society.