|A webinar organised by IDDRI, the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Sciences Po|
10am – 11:15am (CEST)
Online – In English without translation
Climate change litigation is on the rise globally. This event will focus on a growing trend, highlighted by some recent cases, of the « personalisation » of climate litigation- starting from the scientific progress underpinning that evolution, then focusing on individual persons’ rights to a safe climate, and eventually examining obligations to act on climate change.
Marta Torre-Schaub, Associate Researcher at IDDRI, Research Director at the CNRS, Professor at the University of Paris 1 and at Sciences Po Paris.
Michael Burger, Executive Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia University
Sarah Barker, Partner and Head of Climate Risk Governance, Minter Ellison
Moderation by Lola Vallejo, Director of the Climate Programme at IDDRI
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