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Sustainable Development in International Law Jorge E. Viñuales C-EENRG Working Papers 2018-3 December 2018 The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG, read ‘synergy’) was established in 2014 within the Department of Land Economy in order to conduct integrative research on the governance of sustainability transitions, such as the climate-driven transition from a carbon-intensive inefficient energy matrix to a decarbonised and efficient one, or the water/population-driven transformation of food production systems or, still, the broader implications of the transition from the Holocene to the Anthropocene for human knowledge and organisation. C-EENRG approaches interdisciplinary from a problem-driven rather than a discipline-driven perspective, relying on those methodologies and analytical frameworks most useful to understand and address a given problem. C-EENRG hosts researchers across disciplines, including law, economics, policy, and modelling,...