Not The Wild Law Weekend Seminar

Bookings now open for our second Wild Law themed half day conference in 2021.

Don’t miss part 2 of our Wild Law programme for 2021 (part 1 was in April, watch it here).

Join us for a morning of discussion and debate – we have been fortunate to secure an excellent line up of expert speakers. Watch their presentations, after which you will have the opportunity to discuss the issues raised in an inclusive and friendly forum via our Zoom platform.

To book your place, please log in our register.

Programme (UKELA reserves the right to amend the programme at any time)

9.30am Join the Webinar  
9.35am Welcome Chair – Adam Gillingham
9.40am Earth Justice approaches to the protection of ancient English woodlands Dr Helen Dancer, Lecturer in Law, University of Sussex
10.00am Questions and discussion  
10.15pm Update on REDD Project, Kenya – which supports countries’ efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, and foster conservation, sustainable management of forests, and enhancement of forest carbon stocks. Sir Christopher Tuite, Bt, Conservation and REDD+ Adviser, Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust
10.45pm Questions and discussion  
11.00am BREAK  
11.15am Governance aspects of wild law stemming from CITES COP in 2019 Professor Dr Alexandra Harrington, Executive Director, Center for Global Governance and Emerging Law; Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Global Governance; Director of Studies, ILA Colombia; Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Albany Law School; Member, IUCN WCEL
11.35am Questions and discussion  
11.50am Bringing global climate action and ecological sustainability together through climate law: an essential focus for a progressive COP26 Olivia Woolley, Associate Professor in Biolaw, University of Durham Law School
12.10pm Questions and discussion  
12.25pm Summary Adam Gillingham, Chair
12.30pm Close  







23/10/2021 11:00 – 16:00
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