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Virtual Book Launch: Research Handbook on Law, Governance and Planetary Boundaries

Event start: 20210618
End date: 20210618

Event description

On Friday 18 June 2021, Prof Louis Kotze will host a Virtual Book Launch with Prof Duncan French.

Email GLopezPorras@lincoln.ac.uk to receive an invitation to either of the following sessions.
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Session 1: 8:00-9:30 GMT

Welcome: Professor Duncan French, co-editor
Introduction to Project & Book: Professor Louis Kotzé, co-editor

10 min Presentations:
Professor Lynda Collins, University of Ottawa: “science, law and planetary uncertainty”
Dr Sam Adelman, University of Warwick: “planetary boundaries, planetary ethics and
climate justice”
Dr Nathan Cooper, University of Waikato: “planetary boundary #1: freshwater consumption
and the global hyrdrological cycle”
Professor Karen Morrow, University of Swansea: “planetary boundary #2: land system
change”

Open Conversation: moderated by Duncan French
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Session 2: 3:00-4:30 GMT

Welcome: Professor Louis Kotzé, co-editor
Introduction to Project & Book: Professor Duncan French, co-editor

10 min Presentations:
Professor Ellen Hey, Erasmus University Rotterdam: “international law, planetary
boundaries and teleconnections”
Dario Piselli, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland:
“planetary boundaries and regime interaction in international law”
Dr Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli, King’s College London and Emily Webster, University of
Cambridge: “planetary boundary #1: atmospheric aerosol loading”
Dr Tiina Paloniitty, University of Helsinki and Chukwukpee Nzegwu, University of
Maryland: “planetary boundary #2: chemical pollution (and the release of novel entities)”

Open Conversation: moderated by Louis Kotz

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