Non UKELA event: Public Interest Environmental Law (PIEL) UK 13th Annual Conference
PIEL UK invites you to our 13th Annual Conference to explore the theme ‘12 years to mitigate, legislate and litigate: How can environmental law adapt in time?’ and discuss some of the most pressing issues in environmental law surrounding climate change.
The latest IPCC report gives us twelve years to correct the current trajectory we are on, or face an uncertain future with an increase in the intensity and quantity of weather events, and the large-scale loss of biodiversity and habitability of entire nations, if we do not keep global warming to 1.5 degrees below pre-industrial levels.
With increasing active participation from involved stakeholders, from industry to NGOs, and a rise in public participation and environmental democracy, climate change is at the top of the agenda for governments across the planet – but will this translate into meaningful change? Join us on Friday 12 April 2019 at Cass Business School in London.
For further details on the programme and speakers, please visit the PIEL website. General and student tickets now available online.
Sponsored by UKELA