CEPMLP is undertaking a range of research projects to better understand the climate change-driven global transition from fossil fuels to a low-carbon energy system to which all have access.
This contributes to reliable access to off-grid energy for healthcare facilities in Nigeria effectively to combat the pandemic, building on CEPMLP’s network of local policymakers and academics.
This ‘RSE COP 26 International Climate Change Network’ project addresses how initial experience in tackling climate change in Scotland and the rest of the UK may yield insights into the design of domestic laws and regulations on adaptation and resilience in the Global South in line with international legal requirements under the Paris Agreement and the Paris Rulebook’
The Strategic Dialogue on Sustainable Raw Materials for Europe (STRADE) addresses the long-term security and sustainability of the European raw-material supply from European and non-European countries
Public engagement project
The Extractives Hub (Hub) is a project funded by the UK Department for International Development (DfID) that is hosted since 2019 at CEPMLP
Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries provides developing countries with a technical understanding and practical options around oil, gas, and mining sector development issues
DOLFIN is a research and know-how platform designed to support and strengthen the activities of the two existing natural resources centres (CEPMLP and Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science) and other departments of the University of Dundee.
China’s increasingly close engagement with the African continent has triggered considerable controversies over the past decade, with a leading role played by Chinese NOCs