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8th EELF Annual Conference POSTPONED to 2021
Social and Scientific Uncertainties
in Environmental Law
9-11 September 2020 8-10 September 2021, Bournemouth, UK
In view of the risks and uncertainties related to COVID 19 the Organizers and EELF managing board have decided to postpone the 8th EELF Annual Conference to 2021. Submitted abstracts will be automatically considered for the postponed event. Nevertheless, the call will be reopened from December 2020 to March 2021 and new submissions as well as amendments and updates to submitted abstracts will be possible. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and very much hope to see you in Bournemouth in 2021. For questions we are available at EELF2020@bournemouth.ac.uk.
We will also keep you updated here at eelf.info and on the conference website.
6th EELF Book published
Environmental Loss and Damage in a Comparative Law Perspective
Edited by Barbara Pozzo and
Intersentia, 536 pp., ISBN 9781839700262
This book analyzes the legal issues arising from and relating to environmental loss and damage. It does so from a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective, examining both public and private law aspects. It takes into consideration specific legal issues concerning liability, compensation and restoration of damage in different sectors and jurisdictions.
With contributions by Mariusz Baran ( Jagiellonian University), Letizia Casertano (University of Insubria), Marta Cenini (University of Insubria), Yu Cheng (China University of Political Science and Law), Nadia Coggiola (University of Turin), Merve Demir (Bournemouth University), Robert Esser (University of Passau), Stefano Fanetti (University of Insubria), Joris Gazendam (University of Groningen), Carlo Vittorio Giabardo (University of Girona), Tilak Ginige (Bournemouth University), Carola Glinski (University of Copenhagen), Iain Green (Bournemouth University), Theodoros Iliopoulos (Hasselt University), Valentina Jacometti (University of Insubria), Nikolay Kichigin (Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law, Russia), Alena Kodolova (Russian Academy of Science), Ludwig Krämer (Madrid, Spain), Emanuele La Rosa (“Mediterranea” University of Reggio Calabria), Francesco Martines (University of Messina), Carlo Masieri (University of Milan), Khazar Masoumi (Anhembi Morumbi University), Anna Teresa Memola (University of Milan), Alberto Monti (University School for Advanced Studies Pavia), Susanna Paleari (National Research Council, Italy), Chiara Perini (University of Insubria), Barbara Pozzo (University of Insubria), Bartosz Rakoczy (Nicolaus Copernicus University), Wenhong Ren (Beihang University), Miriam Ruiz Arias (University of Salamanca), Hendrik Schoukens (Ghent University), Laura Stănilă (West University Timişoara), Sergiu Stănilă (West University Timişoara), Topi Turunen (University of Eastern Finland), Patrick Van Calster (Bournemouth University), Anna Vanhellemont (Hasselt University), Geert Van Hoorick (Ghent University) and Congwen Yao (Wuhan University)
Please find further information here.
7th EELF Annual Conference | THANK YOU!
Environmental Law for Transitions to Sustainability - Circular economy, climate change, water resource management and sustainable biodiversity
28-30 August 2019, Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law (UCWOSL), Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
We cordially thank all organizers and participants for making this conference such a great experience! Please find a short summary of the highlights and more pictures on the conference website. The presentations will also be available on this website, soon.
NOW OPEN ACCESS|4th EELF BOOK
Procedural Environmental Rights
AVAILABLE|5th EELF BOOK
Sustainable Management of Natural Resources
Open Access|3rd EELF BOOK
The Effectiveness of Environmental Law
Open Access|2nd EELF BOOK
EU Environmental and Planning Law Aspects
of Large-Scale Projects
presented at the 2nd EELF Conference in Brussels.