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Keep up to date with our latest news and events.

CEREL Student Event: Power of the Paris Agreement 13 Sep 2017

The accord is a hopeful start to addressing climate change. But it is far more than simply a mechanism for cutting carbon.

CEREL Public Event: Reinventing Paradise 13 Sep 2017

The Resource Management Act was a great breakthrough 26 years ago. It gave us a legal and regulatory framework for attempting to balance economic development against our impact on the environment.

Working with Lawyers in Environmental Management 30 Aug 2017

Two senior Hamilton City Council figures are our guests to explain how they use legal services and how their lawyers contribute in strategy and on particular matters.

NZLSA Conference Week 23 Aug 2017

New Zealand’s best and brightest law students will descend on the University of Waikato.

Honouring Doug Arcus 6 Jun 2017

The University of Waikato celebrated the contributions of Doug Arcus to the University.

Electric vehicles returned to the University of Waikato 4 May 2017

The troupe rolled onto The University of Waikato campus on May 4th.

Electric vehicles return to the University of Waikato 4 May 2017

Electric Vehicles are returning to the University on Thursday 4 May 2017 as part of the #LeadingtheCharge Road Trip from Bluff to Cape Reinga.

Caribbean Cabana Night Quiz 9 Apr 2017

Students battled with Law Academics over a range of topics.

CEREL Student Event: Career Pathways in Environmental and Resources Law 5 Apr 2017

A panel presentation will present interesting insights into career paths in the environmental and resources areas that law opens up.

2017 Scholarships for Energy and Natural Resources Law Studies 26 Mar 2017

Even though next year may seem a long way off to make plans for, here’s a superb opportunity for support for graduate study. Waikato students have preferential rights to apply for this scholarship.

Sir Geoffrey Palmer Presentation 20 Mar 2017

Sir Geoffrey Palmer will present his thoughts of the question “should the rules by which public power is exercised all be written down in one place, so New Zealanders can find and understand them?”

CEREL and For Change: Quiz Night 14 Mar 2017

Caribbean Cabanna quiz night. Put your beach gear on and battle your lectuers

CEREL Student Event: Career Pathways in Environmental and Resources Law 31 Aug 2016

A panel presentation will present interesting insights into career paths in the environmental and resources areas that law opens up.

Environmental officer job opportunity 8 Aug 2016

Auckland/Waikato Fish & Game is looking to appoint an enthusiastic Environmental Officer to join their Hamilton team.

CEREL Student Event - How did we get the Resource Management Act? The Process of RMA Policy Making 27 Jul 2016

Margaret Wilson will present her thoughts of “How did we get the RMA?” Hear the story behind this Act and the struggle to retain its principles. Who were the key policy and political players? Come and learn about the process of policy making and law reform.

Leading The Charge: Electric Vehicles for a Better New Zealand 11 Apr 2016

You are invited to the Hamilton stop of #LeadingTheCharge: Electric Vehicles for a Better New Zealand road trip. EVs will be displayed on campus and a workshop will be run providing an insight into the obstacles that EVs have faced in the US, an overview of University of Waikato research into EV policy choices for New Zealand, and more.

The TPPA and New Zealand Environmental Law - CEREL Student Event 23 Mar 2016

What is the possible effect of the investment provisions of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) on the protection and man-agement of New Zealand’s environment?

Electric Vehicle Policy: New Zealand in a Comparative Context 1 Mar 2016

Professor Barry Barton has teamed up with Dr Peter Schütte from Bremen University to write a research report which analyses the laws and policy measures that can be put in place to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles in the light vehicle fleet.

Making good policy for electric vehicles in NZ 1 Mar 2016

Professor Barry Barton has teamed up with Dr Peter Schütte from Bremen University to write this new research report. The report analyses the laws and policy measures that can be put in place to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles in the light vehicle fleet.

CEREL Student Event: Climate Change and Law in the Run-up To the Paris Meeting 14 Oct 2015

The governments of more than 190 nations will gather in Paris Conference from November 30th – 11 December 2015. The conference hopes to achieve a new international agreement on the climate applicable to all countries.

CEREL Twilight Seminar: "Biodiversity in Development" 21 Sep 2015

The speakers will address the need for strategic change and specific practical action. They will analyze particular innovative tools and approaches, and the special challenge of complex environments such as the coastal marine area. The session will be followed by a panel discussion.

CEREL Student Event: From Crime to Climate Change - Sean Rush 22 Jul 2015

A practitioner whose carved out a distinctive niche talks about energy and resources law and about career paths that law opens up.

Research explores geothermal law framework 15 Jul 2015

A lack of clarity surrounding geothermal resource management has prompted new research by a University of Waikato masters student.

CEREL Student Presentations 25 Mar 2015

Geothermal minerals laws clarified 18 Feb 2015

A new report by a leading natural resources legal expert aims to clear up issues around the ownership of minerals found in geothermal fluids.

The Current Offshore Environmental Developments in New Zealand 3 Nov 2014

Intern position with Environmental Defence Society 5 Sep 2014

The Environmental Defence Society (EDS) is looking for an intern to work full or part-time during the upcoming university summer holiday.

CEREL Student Event - The Offshore Environment: Recent Developments 23 Jul 2014

CEREL presents a panel discussion for CEREL students and others interested in the field: Ingrid Leersnyder, Chris Battershill, Al Gillespie, and Barry Barton.

Public Lecture by Shaun Fluker 10 Apr 2014

CEREL Student Event - Defending the Environment 2 Apr 2014

CCS law in New Zealand 12 Dec 2013

Launch of Carbon Capture & Storage report 5 Dec 2013

Traveling for Justice 20 Aug 2013

CEREL Student Event: Carbon Capture and Storage: Challenging Environmental, Energy and Climate Change Questions 7 Aug 2013

Energy law experts heading to Raglan for work 19 May 2013

Energy Underground: Innovative Law and Policy For Transformative Technologies 15 May 2013

Global Change in Environmental, Resources and Energy Law 13 May 2013

“Troubling” report highlights deficiencies in environmental monitoring 11 May 2013

Waikato law professor to write carbon capture and storage law 6 Dec 2012

Launching of the CEREL Centre 29 Nov 2011