Skip to main content
KBS_Icon_questionmark link-ico



COP26: we got this

COP26 in Glasgow was set to be the most importance climate conference in a generation.

This podcast sees hosts Dr Megan Bowman, Director of the Centre for Climate Law & Governance, and Dr Will Grant, Senior Lecturer at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, Australian National University (ANU), bringing together international experts to discuss the challenges society faces and the opportunity for radical action against the climate crisis.

COP26 we got this pod feature

Environmental justice in the anthropocene

Published in November 2019, Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene is a special edition of the King’s Law Journal compiled by the Centre for Climate Law & Governance. The special edition has contributions from legal practitioners, professors, Judges, students and artists from across the globe. It contains a mixture of substantive articles and shorter analysis pieces looking at a range of topics such as regulating chemical pollution, music for a warming planet, extinction rebellion activism, and adjudicating climate change,

Climate Law and Gov 2019 event 6


Climate Law and finance

Read about our initiatives around Climate Law and finance.

money stock image


What Lawyers can do about climate change

Want to know more about what the legal profession can do to tackle climate change? Listen to the podcast and download the briefing paper that we created.

What lawyers can do about climate change

UCL-KCL Doctoral Environmental Law Symposium

On 19 May 2023, King’s hosted the sixth UCL-KCL Doctoral Environmental Law Symposium. Continuing the tradition of collaboration between UCL and KCL doctoral candidates in environmental law, Mara Wendebourg (KCL) and Kenta Tsuda (UCL) organised the conference together.

Dr Emily Barritt, founded the first symposium and delivered the introductory remarks on the value of academic friendships, setting the tone for the day. Twenty six early career researchers from various universities in the UK, Europe and abroad participated in the symposium, sharing their research and providing an engaged audience.

The conference explored various critical themes of environmental law including re-examining environmental institutions, environmental law and courts, rethinking categories, questioning assumptions, the law of the sea and climate change governance.

Environmental Symposium