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                            nada's leading centre of expertise on energy and environmental law and policy.

                            Overview

                            The nadian Institute of Resources Law (CIRL) is a leading national centre of expertise on energy and environmental policy and law issues relating to Alberta's energy and natural resources. Since its establishment in 1979, the Institute has developed an international reputation for excellence in resources, energy and environmental law, and pursues a three-fold mandate to undertake research, edution and publition activities on energy and the environment.?


                            Environment in the Courtroom Symposiums

                            Symposiums

                            Papers and videos from the annual Environment in the Courtroom symposium.

                            Resources: A publition by the nadian Institute of Resources Law

                            Resources: A CIRL Publition

                            "Resources" provides commentary on matters of current concern in natural resources law and policy.

                            Other publitions by CIRL

                            Publitions

                            Explore our variety of publitions on natural resources and environmental law.

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                            Meet our team

                            Meet our researchers and affiliated faculty.

                            Meet the team

                            Upcoming events


                            In the News


                            In the News: UToday

                            Who on Earth will pay for climate change? "Less heat and more light" needed in rbon policy discussion

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                            What's wrong with geoengineering climate change?

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                            In the News: lgary Herald

                            Opinion: Appeasement, not sabotage, best describes federal policies towards Alberta

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                            Professor cited in PE decision

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