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26 November 2021 - 27 November 2021

10:00PM - 5:30PM

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We are delighted to present a post-COP26 roundtable with the lecturers of the "On the Road to COP26 / CMA3 Preparatory Lecture Series" These interactive sessions will be held as zoom meetings rather than as webinars and provide a brief overview of developments during the Glasgow Climate Summit, and they will address the question of "where next" in terms of preparation for COP27 and the Global Stocktake. We are looking forward to a lively Q&A session!

Our speakers:

Please note that some speakers will join only one of the sessions, depending on the time zones. For further enquiries please email a.l.haysey@durham.ac.uk

Dan Bodansky
Professor of Law
Arizona State University

Daniel Bodansky is a Regents’ Professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State

He served as Climate Change Coordinator at the U.S. State Department from 1999-2001 and as attorney-adviser from 1985-1989.

David Freestone
Professor of Law
George Washington University

David Freestone joined the Law School at George Washington in January 2009, after retiring from The World Bank. David is the Executive Secretary of the Sargasso Sea Commission. 

Saleemul Huq
Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD)

Saleemul Huq is a Professor at the Independent University Bangladesh (IUB) as well as Associate of the International Institute on Environment and Development (IIED) in the United Kingdom as well as the Chair of the Expert Advisory Group for the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and also Senior Adviser on Locally Led Adaptation with Global Centre on Adaptation (GCA) headquartered in the Netherlands. 

Selam Kidane Ababe
Climate Change Legal Adviser and PhD Candidate

Selam Kidane Abebe is an international environmental law expert and works as a legal advisor to the Africa Group Negotiators (AGN) for the negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and she a Leverhulme Doctoral Scholar in climate justice at the University of Reading.

Stephen Minas
Associate Professor of Law
Peking University

Stephen Minas is Associate Professor of Law at Peking University and serves as chair of the UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee, which serves the UN Climate Convention and Paris Agreement.

He has consulted to or collaborated with a variety of international organizations and think-tanks. 

Petra Minnerop
Associate Professor of International Law
Durham Law School

Petra Minnerop is Associate Professor of International Law at Durham Law School and the academic lead for climate change of Durham University, as well as the founder of the International Research Advisory Board.   

Nilüfer Oral
Director of the Centre for International Law
National University of Singapore

Nilüfer Oral is Director of the Centre for International Law. In November 2021, she was re-elected by the UN General Assembly to the International Law Commission where she is co-chair of the study group on sea level rise in relation to international law.

Lavanya Rajamani
Professor of International Environmental Law
University of Oxford

Lavanya Rajamani is a Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, and Yamani Fellow in Public International Law, St Peter's College, Oxford.   

Linda Siegele
Climate Change Legal Adviser and Phd Candidate

Linda Siegele is an environmental lawyer who has been involved in the United Nations climate change negotiating process since 2005 with a special focus on the issues of adaptation and loss and damage associated with the adverse effects of climate change. Linda is a Doctoral Candidate at UCL Laws. 

Amir Sokolowski
Associate Director, Carbon Disclosure Project, CDP

Amir has served as advisor to the Chair of the Least Developed Countries in UNDCCC negotiations, helping to draft sections of the Paris Agreement Rulebook.

Amir joined CDP earlier this year as Associate Director of the Climate Change team.

Christina Voigt
Professor of Law
University of Oslo

Christina Voigt is Professor of Law at the University of Oslo, Norway, and the Chair of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL) as well as the Co-chair of the Paris Agreement´s Implementation and Compliance Committee.

Pricing

Eventbrite tickets, free entry. All welcome.

Please register.  There are two sessions:

Morning session - 10am - 11.20 am (UK time) https://bit.ly/3oHITnT 

Afternoon session - 4pm - 5.30pm (UK time) https://bit.ly/32fcAoY