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Dr Annalisa Savaresi

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Law University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Annalisa Savaresi

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About me

Annalisa Savaresi is Lecturer in Environmental Law and directs the LLM/MSc Programme in Environmental Policy and Governance. She has several years' experience researching, teaching and working with environmental law and policy. She has previously taught international, European and comparative environmental law at the undergraduate and postgraduate level at the Universities of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, and Copenhagen, Denmark.   Annalisa has taught in doctoral and executive education programs all around the world, including at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Switzerland; Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy; the University of La Sabana, Colombia; and as part of the UEF-UNEP Course on Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs). She has advised numerous think-tanks and organisations and acts as reviewer for several journals in the field of environmental, energy and climate law and policy. In 2017 she joined the Roundtable on Environment and Climate Change, advising the Scottish Government’s Standing Council on Europe on Brexit.

TEACHING

LAWU9EL Environmental Law

LAWPP09 Environmental Law

LAWU9EN Energy Law

LAWU9LD Law Dissertation

LAWPP19 International Law and Sustainable Development

LAWU9EU1 European Law

LAWU9IL International Law

MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS

Associate Editor, Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law (RECIEL) 

Deputy Director, Europe, Global Network Human Rights and the Environment

Member, Scottish Government Roundtable on Environment and Climate Change

Member, Scottish Government, Steering group on the review of the Scottish Government’s air quality strategy

Member, International Union for the Conservation of Nature, World Commission on Environmental Law

Member, Steering Committee, Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe 

Member, Women's Energy and Climate Law Network

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

External assessor, University of East Anglia

External examiner, Lancaster University 

Visiting Lecturer, University of La Sabana (Colombia)

Event / Presentation

What does BREXIT mean for UK Environmental Law?
Universitat de Barcelona

https://ub-jmchaireuenvironmentallaw.com/…iental-de-la-ue/

Climate Change and Human Rights. UNEP Course on Multilateral Environmental Agreements
University of Eastern Finland and United Nations Environment Programme

www.uef.fi/web/unep

The Impacts of Climate Change and Human Rights
London School of Economics

http://www.lse.ac.uk/…-climate-change/

The Impact of Brexit on Environmental Law in Scotland

This one day event at the Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh was aimed to discuss the implications of Brexit for Scotland with the faculty's members

Evidence: Scottish Parliament Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee: Environmental Implications for Scotland of the UK leaving the EU
Scottish Parliament

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tbt1NnCNmIo

Human Rights and Climate Change: Holding Corporations Responsible for the Impacts of Climate Change
University of La Sabana

Implementing the Paris Agreement: Comparative Lessons from the Global Human Rights Regime
European University Institute

Participatory Justice and the Energy Transition: Lessons from Community Renewables. Innovation in Climate Governance Project Workshop ‘Deconstructing Participatory Climate Governance: Innovation or Business as Usual?’

The Role of Law in the Energy Transition: Lessons from Community Renewables. Energy@Cambridge Seminar Series: In Search of 'Good' Energy Policy
University of Cambridge

http://www.energy.cam.ac.uk/…unity-renewables

The Future of the EU ETS

Sharing the Burdens and Benefits of the Energy Transition: Lessons from Community Renewables. Earth System Governance Project Conference ‘Allocation & Access in a Warming and Increasingly Unequal World’
Lund University

Roundtable: Borders after Brexit
Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE)

Brexit and the Environment
The British Academy

Evidence: UK Parliament Environmental Audit Committee: The UK’s progress on reducing fluorinated gas (F-gas) emissions and the impact of Brexit.
UK Parliament

http://parliamentlive.tv/…b21-1e6dd2c87c69

Climate Change and Human Rights. Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Training on Human Rights and the Environment
Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights

Evidence: Scottish Parliament Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee: Environmental implications for Scotland of the UK leaving the EU
Scottish Parliament

http://www.scottishparliament.tv/20170314_environment

Justice and the Energy Transition: Early Lessons from Community Renewables. Low Carbon Energy for Development Network Conference
Durham University

Land-based Climate Mitigation Policy post 2020. Land-based Climate Mitigation in a < 2 Degree World: Potentials and Potential Pitfalls

Keeping the Environment on the Political Agenda during the Brexit Years
Scottish Environment LINK

Climate Governance after the Paris Agreement
University College London

External Examiners and Validations

International law
Lancaster University

Environmental Law
University of East Anglia

Professional membership

Roundtable advising the Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform on Brexit
Scottish Government

Expert Consultation on Biodiversity and Human Rights
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Scottish Government Cleaner Air for Scotland review - Steering Group
https://news.gov.scot/news/tackling-air-pollution

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