By Centre for Law and Environment , on 3 December 2012
For the last five years, the UCL Carbon Capture Legal Programme has developed and hosted a highly successful legal resources site, designed to provide accessible and objective information on developments in CCS law and policy around the world. See here for an overview of the Programme.
We are pleased to announced that from December Ist 2012 the Global Carbon Capture Storage Institute will be managing the Resources site, initially using material from UCL.
Professor Richard Macrory, director of the UCL CCLP commented, “ We know that many lawyers and non-lawyers within the carbon capture community have found the UCL Legal Resources site an invaluable source of accessible and impartial analysis over the past few years. I am absolutely delighted that this initiative of the GCCSI means the Resource will now continue to be available and develop during a critical period in the development of CCS law and policy.”
The new site can be found at http://www.globalccsinstitute.com/networks/cclp