Press invitation to UKELA conference
Jun 07, 2011
Members of the press interested in the environment and the law are cordially invited to attend the public sessions of the UK Environmental Law Association's conference on the theme of Sustainable Development in an Age of Austerity.
The conference takes place at the University of East Anglia on June 24th-26th. The key sessions which may be of interest are:
Friday 24th June 5.30 Speaker: Prof Tim O’Riordan, University of East Anglia, on the theme of sustainable development in an age of austerity
Saturday 25th June
9.15am – 12.45pm Localism and Impacts on Regulation
What does Localism (and the budgetary environment) mean for Regulation? - Prof Robert Lee, Cardiff University
Aarhus access to Justice & Civil Sanctions update - James Maurici, Landmark Chambers
Contaminated Land - Andrew Wiseman, Stephenson Harwood
Decision Making and Climate Change in an Age of Austerity
Green Investment Bank, Carbon Targets and the Challenge for Financing - Ed Matthews, Transform UK
How global trends will force governments to radically change the way they regulate in the 21st century - Terry A’Hearn, WSP
Balancing Biodiversity – Kate Cook, Matrix Chambers
Accommodation at the University can be provided at reasonable cost.
If you are interested in attending any of the sessions please reply to Vicki Elcoate.
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