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UKELA Conference fully booked - invitation to the Press

Jun 06, 2007

The UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA) annual conference in Bath 22-24th June is fully booked. A few places are still available for members of the Press who should contact UKELA.

The challenge of climate change will be top of the agenda at the twentieth anniversary conference of the UK Environmental Law Association on June 22nd – 24th.

Legal issues for UK responses to global warming will be discussed, including carbon capture and storage, flooding risks, wind and nuclear energy. Experts reflecting on the twenty years of environmental law since UKELA was set up include: government and industry adviser Tom Burke, UKELA President Lord Justice Carnwath, Sara Parkin of Forum for the Future, Professor Richard Macrory of University College London, and Ric Navarro, of the Environment Agency.

There are also sessions on EU directives on mining waste, soils and environmental liability.

Any journalists who want to attend any of the open discussion sessions at the conference at Bath University would be very welcome.

The conference is fully booked and there are no places left for delegates so this invitation is for interested journalists only.

Notes to the editors:

Journalists who want to attend or who would like further information should contact:
Vicki Elcoate
Executive Director, UK Environmental Law Association
Making the law work for a better environment
01306 501320
The Brambles, Cliftonville, Dorking, RH4 2JF
Registered charity 299498; company registered in England number 2133283
Registered office: One St Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8SH

UK Environmental Law Association - Better law for the environment
Registered charity 299498; company registered in England number 2133283
Registered office: One Glass Wharf, Bristol, BS2 0ZX

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