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COST Workshop: Global Environmental Risk Governance under Conditions of Scientific Uncertainty: Legal, Political and Social Transformations

Israel
Tel-Aviv
Event start: 20120501
End date: 20120502

Event description

The European COST Action IS0802 “Transformation of Global Environmental Governance” is organizing a workshop on Global Environmental Risk Governance under Conditions of Scientific Uncertainty: Legal, Political and Social Transformations, to be held at Bar Ilan University, Israel, 2-3 May 2012. For more information on the workshop theme, please see http://transformation-geg.org/news.

Please note that an abstract (max. 500 words), a short biographical note and full contact information should be sent to both Oren Perez (oren.perez@biu.ac.il) and Reut Snir (reut@ehs-policy.com) by January 10, 2012. Authors will be informed of the outcomes of the review process by January 24, 2012.

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