Global Change in Environmental, Resources and Energy Law

13 May 2013

University of Waikato, Hamilton

A public seminar from the Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law co-sponsored by the International Bar Association and the Energy Law Association of New Zealand.

The seminar provided a unique window on global developments in law and policy concerning different aspects of energy, resources, and the environment. The speakers are among the most distinguished in the field, and their insights will be of value to New Zealand practitioners, students and policymakers whose work requires them to have an understanding of global trends.

Topics and Speakers

International Law for the Governance of Marine Geoengineering Professor Catherine Redgwell, University College London

United States Environmental Law and Policy Current Issues Professor Don Smith, University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

The Colombian Mining Industry Investment, Environment and Communities Dr Milton Montoya, Research Director, Mining and Energy Law Institute, Externado de Colombia University.

Designing a Law of Sustainable Energy Professor Adrian Bradbrook, Law Faculty, Adelaide University.

Energy Law and Policy in Europe in a Time of Financial Stress Professor Iñigo del Guayo, Law Faculty, University of Almería.

Thirty Years of Law for Wind Power Developments in Denmark Professor Anita Rønne, Law Faculty, University of Copenhagen.