* FIRST AND SECOND SPEAKERS REVEALED *
Who are they? Check the description below!
The International Law Students Association Chapter within The Hague University is extremely honored to invite you to its first International Law Discussion Panel on a very thought provoking topic: GAPS IN AIR - CLIMATE MANIPULATION.
This event, siglehandedly organized by our members, being a funded and officially authorized project of the International Law Students Association is first in the line of similar events on the legal implications of climate manipulation/ geo-engineering.
Mark your agendas for Thursday, May 21st at 18:00 h. and we are looking forward to seeing you at the Aula (central auditorium) of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
The arrival opens at 17:30, with the event envisaged to start at 18:30 and will take the form of a panel with audience participation.
What is in for you?
A chance to meet your peers from different universities and professionals from all areas involved as we are inviting legal practitioners, technological corporations and more!
We will be unveiling our speakers and quests as we will be nearing the event. More information and surprises are to follow. Keep tuned by liking our official ILDP Facebook page.
Our first confirmed speaker is Dr. Jesse Reynold, a scholar of international environmental policy at Tilburg Univeristy. Dr. Reynolds is currently focused on climate engineering, not only in relation to environmental law, but also in relation to international relations, economics and the economic analysis of law. More information on Dr. Reynolds can be found here: http://works.bepress.com/jessreyn/
Our second speaker is Andrew Parker is a Research Fellow at Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany.
- MSc in International Policy Analysis from the University of Bath, UK.
- 2012 - 2014: Research Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. Cambridge, MA, USA.
- 2008 - 2012: Senior Policy Advisor, The Royal Society, London, UK.
- Member of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity's expert working group on geoengineering.