This Centre has been established to advance legal and policy solutions to fight climate change and natural resource management; inform, educate and connect law students, practitioners, and policymakers to emerging developments in climate law and policy; and develop databases on climate law and regulation. The Centre works in association with climate change scientists and harnesses the expertise of environmental law scholars and network with governmental, non governmental and academic organizations. It also does research on how legal systems shape food systems and influence the agricultural sector. It works to provide timely, critically objective information to producers, professionals and agribusinesses concerning the application of important developments in agricultural law. Further the Centre engage students in legal issues involving the full scope of food and agriculture, including marketing and finance; biotechnology; international trade; tax planning; soil and water conservation; land use and environmental issues; food safety; and federal farm programs.