Environmental law workshop series
Climate change is one of the most fundamental problems of humanity and international climate negotiations and lawsuits against governments and companies for their climate policies are taking place more frequently than ever. But are we able to follow them? What are the possibilities that a young citizen has in order to be involved and to be part of the change?
Knowledge is power, therefore our environmental law team is hosting a series of 4 workshops during June and July, as part of our Legal Seeds project.
With this series, we want to:
What can you expect
We think that there is no better way to learn something rather than actually practising it. That’s why our workshops will also involve activities and exercises targeted at young people with a limited legal background. The workshops will cover topics of basic international environmental law, public participation & environmental impact assessment as well as different angles of climate litigation and its current developments. Certificates will be given to the participants who attend 75% of the workshops (minimum 3 out of 4).