Tiina Maria Paloniitty, LL.D.

Biträdande professor i miljö- och hållbarhetsrätt

  • PL 1010 (Pitkäkatu 28-30)




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Tiina Paloniitty is Associate Professor of Environmental and Sustainability Law at the Faculty of Law (Vaasa unit), University of Helsinki. Dr. Paloniitty has a passion for the intersection of science and law, specifically in regards to aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity. Dr. Paloniitty is the Chair of the Governing Board of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law and Member of the Finnish Nature Panel.

Dr. Paloniitty is currently researching carbon capture and utilization, value chains and EU environmental law in the Business Finland funded Bio-CCU project. For 2021-23 They led a team of researchers and a work package in Circular Economy of Waters in Industrial Processes (CEIWA) consortium, probing the novel water technologies and their regulation, also funded by the Finnish innovations funder BusinessFinland.

Dr. Paloniitty has published with leading international journals and anthologies. Their recent works include a research monograph Law, Ecology and the Management of Complex Systems: The Case of Water Governance (Routledge 2022, Open Access) and co-edited volume EU Environmental Principles and Scientific Uncertainty Before National Courts: the Case of the Habitats Directive (Mariolina Eliantonio, Emma Lees and Tiina Paloniitty (eds) Hart, 2023).

Dr. Paloniitty teaches environmental law at Faculty of Law's Vaasa unit, co-leads sustainability law research seminar together with Assistant Professor Cambou and co-supervises six doctoral researchers.


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