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Earth System Law Task Force Seminar

Event description

Discussion 

  • Future activities of the Task Force: Earth System Governance Journal Special Issue on ESL, Task Force activities at ESG Bratislava Conference

Europe & Americas meeting, 3-5 pm CET 

Conveners: Hanna Ahlström and Laura Mai

Presentations

  1. Margot Hurlbert – Book Project: ‘Earth System Law: Standing of the Precipice of the Anthropocene’
  2. Louis Kotzé and Rakhyun E. Kim – ‘From Theory to Practice: How Earth System Law Can Facilitate Nexus Governance in the Anthropocene’
  3. Nadia Sánchez Castillo Winckels – ‘Sovereignty over the Global Commons’
  4. Margot Hurlbert – ‘A Path forward for Earth System Law: Honouring the Traditions of Indigenous Law’
  5. Paulo Magalhães –  ‘Earth System: The Core of a New International Legal Order’ 

Discussion 

  • Future activities of the Task Force: Earth System Governance Journal Special Issue on ESL, Task Force activities at ESG Bratislava Conference

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