Could law make climate change illegal? Can we use existing environmental laws to slash greenhouse pollution and promote the sustainable transition?Join us for the webinar “Law and Climate Action” from the Lights on Aarhus series and find out!
Tune in for the first webinar of the Lights on Aarhus series. Together with the panel of our guest speakers, we will address the role of the international environmental law in climate action. Let´s shed light on the Aarhus Regulation, and the amendments that will soon be made in the EU regarding the topic.
Get your access to climate justice and tune in for the first Lights on Aarhus webinar on Thursday 18 Feb 2021 at 17.30 CET.
When? Tuesday 18th of February, 17.30 to 19.00 CET
Where? Online, from your home via Zoom – the link will be communicated upon registration.
Who? With our speakers who are experts in their field
• Anne Friel, who leads ClientEarth’s work on environmental democracy in the EU
• Hana Begovic, the Director of Earth Advocacy Youth
• Jessica den Outer, board member and jurist at Earth Advocacy Youth
• Hendrik Schoukens, Environmental Lawyer
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