Discussion Session on The Climate Breakdown and Blame Games at NLU, Delhi [Nov 30]: Register by Nov 25

About NLUD

National Law University, Delhi is a law university in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

About the Event

Centre for Environmental Law, Policy and Research (CELPR), National Law University, Delhi is organizing a Discussion Session on ‘The Climate Breakdown and Blame Games: Individual Responsibility versus Policy Changes’ on 30th November 2019.

Venue: National Law University, Delhi

Timings: 2.30 pm – 5.00 pm.

Objectives of the Session

  • To facilitate discussion on the role and contribution of legal and policy frameworks vis-à-vis individual choices in climate change.
  • To analyse the role of state and non-state actors in climate change decision making.
  • To examine the present legal regime in the wake of current climate break down and subsequently suggest policy changes.

Registration Details

The Centre for Environmental Law, Policy and Research, NLU-D invites concerned members of society (namely, researchers, policymakers, academics, professionals, and other stakeholders) to first of its kind discussion on “The Climate Breakdown and Blame Games: Individual Responsibility versus Policy Changes”.

The prospective candidates are required to register for the program. There are only 25-30 seats, admission to the program shall solely be at the discretion of the organizers.

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Last date of registration: 25th November 2019. Participation certificates will be provided to the attendees.

Contact Information

For further details, kindly contact session’s moderator, Mr. Shashi Kant Yadav at shashikant8[at]live.com or Mr. Vishwendra Panwar (Co-ordinator) at panwar.vishy[at]gmail.com, 8884280831 

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