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Policy Engagement and Impact

The CSDLP aims at building an inclusive and interdisciplinary hub for researchers, policy makers and businesses. We are engaged in policy-relevant research, outreach, and teaching initiatives. We are engaging and working closely with a wide range of partners and policy makers locally and globally, to address the challenges of implementing the SDGs across different sectors in the 21st century.
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In 2021, colleagues worked with Durham County Council and the School Charity OASES in developing content for the ECO2 Smart Schools Climate Conference, convened ahead of COP26 in Glasgow. 4000 pupils from 130 schools in 13 countries took part in the ECO2 Smart Schools Climate Conference. 

In 2022, a similar school conference is co-organised with Durham County Council in the run up to COP27. On 14th October 2022, the CSDLP will co-convene a conference with Durham County Council and the Durham Energy Institute.

The Centre for Sustainable Development Law and Policy at Durham University Law School and the Global Policy Institute are delighted to offer a series of lectures: Global Environmental Law in Dialogue with the Judiciary: Insights from Courts around the World.

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Enquiries about the Centre for Sustainable Development Law and Policy should be sent via the email below.

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Centre for Sustainable Development Law and Policy

Durham University Law School
Palatine Centre
Stockton Road