International Environment Law Research Centre (IELRC)
International Environment Law Research Centre (IELRC)

Founding Year: 1995

Staff: 14


Philippe Cullet (Founding Research Director and Convenor)

An independent, non-profit research organization working to provide “a unique forum for collaborative research between researchers in the North and South.” It strives to provide policy-relevant research at the international level, given its “strong network of competence in the North and the South.”

Research areas:




International Environment Law Research Centre (IELRC) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

  Organization Type

  Geographic Foci


Related Content

A nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating an equitable clean energy transition in the Northwest. It advances technical, economic, and equitable decarbonization solutions focused on the unique characteristics of four states:…

A formal partnership with UN Environment currently working with a network “of UN Agencies, major donors, governments, NGOs​, intergovernmental organisations and over 1000 private sector companies.” Aims to facilitate through…

A research project from the University of New South Wales seeking to make accessible discussions of the justice-related issues that underpin an effective climate-change response. In their understanding, a climate…