University of Strathclyde - Green justice

August 20, 2009

Academics at the University of Strathclyde have received £1 million to carry out research into environmental forensics. The funding will allow a team of researchers to investigate contamination and pollution liability under new European Union laws. Robert Kalin, head of the department of civil engineering, said the research would help bring polluters to book. He said: "Environmental forensics is the key instrument available to untangle complex contamination issues and ensure that responsible parties are liable."

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