Webinar: Ideas and Perspectives for a Climate Emergency Bill

The webinar discussed the legal developments in the field of climate change from a comparative perspective, focusing on the legislative solutions which are being developed in other legal systems, and exploring the opportunities that have arisen and the challenges and constraints faced.

Chair: Richard Drabble QC, Landmark Chambers


  • Baroness Worthington, House of Lords
  • Alex Goodman, Landmark Chambers and Rights:Community: Action
  • Prof. Birgitte Egelund Olsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Marc Clément, Administrative Court of Lyon, France

Closing remarks: Lord Carnwath CVO, Justice of The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom



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