The First Distinguished Professor from Liberal Arts in Recruitment Program of Global Experts Published an Environmental Law Monograph Published by Oxford University Press



Mr Ben Boer, our university’s very first distinguished professor in liberal arts introduced from the “Recruitment Program of Global Experts”, recently got his book Environment Law Dimensions of Human Rights published by the Oxford University Press.

With a collection of 7 dissertations by top scholars around the world, this book takes on a theoretical and practical perspective and elaborates on environmental human rights and derivative issues in EU and Asia-Pacific region, which provides a theoretical guidance for the development of international environment and the cause of human rights.

Ben Boer, as one of the forerunners of Australian environmental law, is also a world-renowned academic. Since he became our distinguished professor in 2011, he has made tremendous contribution to many fields such as discipline construction, student cultivation, scientific research and international exchanges and promoted exchanges and cooperation in researches on environmental law and enhanced the university’s global impact.

According to the staff in Institute of Environmental Law, Ben Boer’s first term expired at 2014 and both sides agreed on the extension to another one. The book, as the first landmark achievement in his new term, has consolidated and boosted the Institute’s global reputation and influence and matters significantly to the internalization of the university.

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