Indian National Association of Legal Professionals (INALP), is an association that aims to represent the legal professionals of India on a global platform while promoting the rule of law and serving society.
Students for the Promotion of International Law (SPIL), Mumbai, as the name suggests, is a student body which cynosures International Law. With an increasing need for awareness in the field of International Law, they maintain that such awareness is put into an impetus through the diverse events we conduct within the versatile subject of International Law.
About the Webinar
The Climate Crisis is not on hold, so Climate Action cannot be on hold either.
If the world has seen a scary future with the emergence of COVID-19, the future of our planet in a 3-4° C scenario takes us to an entirely different level of uncertainty, including in terms of health. Climate Justice, Climate Finance, Investments in Climate Action stimulate economies, creating green employment opportunities and increase resilience to recurrent environmental and health threats is highly important.
Our planet and environment is under stress; from COVID-19 to the Climate Crisis, and the evidence is everywhere. It is a defining challenge of our time.
Topic: Self Revival of Environment: Lessons learnt for climate change policymaking during COVID-19 Pandemic
The question is: What are you doing about it?
Manuj Bharadwaj: International Climate Policy Expert & Executive Secretary, INALP
Arushi Tangri: Public Policy Expert & Deputy Director, INALP
Mukesh Vashisht: Co-Founder of Nurture Nature Global & Director, INALP
Dr. (Prof.) M.D. Zafar Nomani: Professor of Environmental Law, Aligarh Muslim University
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