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This webinar has now taken place. You can find Alex’s presentation slides and a link to the webinar recording in our resources tab or by clicking here.

Speakers include, Landmark Chambers’ Richard Drabble QC and Alex Goodman.

Please note that by requesting a place at this webinar, you consent to Landmark Chambers sharing your name and company details with the other organisers of this event, British Institute of International and Comparative Law and Rights Community Action.


Details

Date:

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Time:

17:30 - 19:30

CPD:

Fee:

Pricing and registration costs can be found on the BIICL website.

Venue:

Webinar

Programme

In May 2019 the UK parliament declared an "Environment and Climate Emergency". As interest in the climate emergency intensifies, and on the road to the COP26, this webinar seeks to think about and develop ideas on legislative solutions to tackle climate change more effectively. It focuses on the ideas for a new Climate Emergency Act in the UK, which hopefully might catalyse legislative developments around the world.

The event will discuss legal developments in the field of climate change from a comparative perspective, focusing on the legislative solutions which are being developed in other legal systems, and exploring the opportunities that have arisen and the challenges and constraints faced. It builds on an event on the role of climate change litigation that BIICL convened in January this year.

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