The climate (and other) crises put pressure on our traditional assumptions about ‘good’ decision making. This lecture explores the need to continue to assess our processes, and to assert the values underpinning public involvement in environmental decision making
Professor Maria Lee has been a professor of law at UCL since 2007, where she is co-director of the Centre for Law and the Environment and teaches a range of envrionmental law and policy topics. Her research focusses on regulatory decision making and public participation in environmental law. She has recently been working intensively on the implications of Brexit for environmental law.
Join us on Friday 17th April, from 12:00 – 13:30,for a live lecture and Q&A with Professor Maria Lee.