Climate change and the onset of events linked to extreme climatic weather may prompt the next global crisis. In a post-COVID context, this emphasizes the need to properly address emerging transnational environmental challenges and, at the same time, operate speedy energy transitions.
Against this backdrop, the Conference focuses on the varieties of legal responses to global environmental problems and their impact on justice. As the climate, energy, and environmental justice, we understand that it refers to the concerns regarding the redistributive, restorative, and procedural issues raised by the challenges of making a transition to a more sustainable environment and how legal systems responded to it, whether from International law, EU law, or a multi legal system perspective described as Global law.
The 7th International Conference co-organised by Florence School of Regulation and the University of Portsmouth is hosting several legal and economics scholars who submitted abstracts and got acceptance to present their papers on Climate, Energy, and Environmental Justices, as well as Wildlife Crime, Blue Governance and Biopiracy.
Prof. dr. Belen Olmos Giupponi (University of Portsmouth),
Prof. dr. Lucila de Almeida (Florence School of Regulation and NOVA School of Law),
Dr Caroline Cox (University of Portsmouth) and
Dr Penny Giosa (University of Portsmouth)
Justice Suzanne Kingston, Court of Justice of the European Union (tbc)
Dr. Anna Sobczak, European Commission
Prof. Raphael Heffron, Universite de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour
Dr. Nick Pamment, University of Portsmouth
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