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2021-04-23 (Friday)

VMR Webinar on Ceta: Threat or Blessing to Enviornment&Energy?

Friday 23 April 2021 10-12am CET

CETA has been heralded as a gold standard for new EU trade agreements. Others characterise CETA as greenwashing, notably because its sustainable development provisions cannot be enforced, and because its investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS/ICS) provisions can hinder public policy measures on climate change and other issues of the European Union, its member states and Canada. Experts will discuss and inform about these different aspects of CETA. Please find further information and register here.

 

2021-04-30 (Friday)

The European Union as Circular Economy - Paradigm shifts in the EU’s regulatory approach to the circular economy

Online-Workshop, April 30 2021, Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law (UCWOSL) & Utrecht Centre for Public Procurement
 
On 11 March 2021, the Circular Economy Action Plan celebrates its first anniversary. This stock-taking and future-focused endeavour in light of the Circular Economy Action Plan takes center stage in an international workshop on April, 30, 9-12.30, jointly organized by the Utrecht Centre for Public Procurement (Willem Janssen) and UCWOSL  (Chris Backes). The international and interdisciplinary workshop focusses on two topics: the changing role of EU public procurement law and the enhancing role of rules for circular product policy. For further information and registration please click here.
 
 
2021-07-13 (Tuesday)

Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development

Conference track & PhD Workshop, 12-15 July 2021 ONLINE, ISDRS/Mid Sweden University

The goal of this track is to discuss principles, key concepts, methods and applications of legal aspects of Sustainability. We will further map opportunities of and challenges for legal aspects in a sustainable development in various thematic and strategic subjects, thereby contributing to the development of these domains scientifically and practically. The topic related to all three dimensions of sustainable development (environmental, social, economic) and interdisciplinary contributions among and beyond these dimensions are highly encouraged and welcome.

For further information please click here.

 


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