Tzipi Iser Itsiq is an Israeli environmental lawyer and a Ph.D. candidate at the Faculty of Law at Bar Ilan University, Israel. She received her Master degree and her Bachelor degree in Law from Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Tzipi's research focuses on the interrelation between environmental protection and competition in the marketplace. Her current research looks at the tension between Environmental Law and Competition Law, aiming to draw ways for resolving it. Under this work she also looks at the architecture of the existing governance and explores relating agency questions.
Other professional experience:
Tzipi serves as the Director of The Center for Environmental Protection, at The School of Law, at Netanya Academic College. During the last decade (until 2010) she served as the Executive Director of The Israel Union for Environmental Defense (IUED), the leading advocacy environmental NGO in Israel. During those years, she also was appointed as a Director (public representative) and Chairman of the Board (in practice), at the governmental company "Ariel Sharon Park Company Ltd", which aimed to rehabilitate a large landfill located in the center of the country into the biggest metropolitan park in Israel.
Earlier in her career, she worked as an attorney at a private law firm in Tel Aviv.
Tzipi participated the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Summits in 2009 (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2008 (Poznan, Poland) and 2007 (Bali, Indonesia), as a Member of the Israeli Delegation.
She was awarded as "Knight of Quality Government (2010) by the Israeli "Movement of Quality Government", as one of "The 50 Influencing Women (2009)" by "Forbes" national economic journal, as one of “Women of Influence (2008)" by "Globes" national economic newspaper and as “Women Making Changes (2007)” by "The Marker" national economic newspaper.
The Center for Environmental ProtectionSchool of LawNetanya Academic CollegeIsrael
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