ACA Climate Cafe: Using the Law to Defend the Climate

07jun7:00 pm9:00 pmACA Climate Cafe: Using the Law to Defend the ClimateZoom, Online7:00 pm - 9:00 pm OrganiserAberdeen Climate ActionEvent TypeClimate Action,Webinar & TalksThemeClimate Justice,Community,Just Transition,Nature & Biodiversity

Event Details

Three passionate speakers will dive into the topic of the law and how it might be used to defend the climate.

About this event

Thomas Muinzer, Co-director, Energy Law Centre, University of Aberdeen,
will give a talk under the title “Law and the Climate Emergency:
International and National Frameworks”.

Christman, Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland, will give a talk
under the title “How to use human rights law to tackle the climate

Hannah Darnell, Law Clinic Manager & Solicitor, RGU, will give a talk under the title “People Power and Planning”.

20-minute presentations will be followed by an opportunity for you to
ask the speakers questions and participate in the discussion.

Why not invite a friend or two to come to the event and even share the event with your network?

Details to join the Zoom meeting will be included in your confirmation email when you sign up.

The event space will be open from 6:30 pm, talks begin at 7 pm.

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