The Centre for Environmental Law at Macquarie Law School is holding its Annual Lecture on Thursday 26 September 2019. The lecture will be delivered by Carlos Bernal Pulido, a Judge of the Constitutional Court of Colombia, on the topic of ‘The Constitutional Prevention of Climate Change’.
Judge Bernal Pulido will explore the increasing practice of States entrenching commitments to prevent climate change (including Cuba, Thailand, the Ivory Coast, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Tunisia, Venezuela and Zambia). Within this framework of international and constitutional laws, this lecture aims to answer the question on the role that Constitutional and Supreme Courts ought to play in the prevention of climate change.
The event is hosted at Macquarie University, North Ryde, with refreshments served from 6:00 pm and the lecture commencing from 6:30 pm. Further details can be obtained from the event website or by contacting Dr Shireen Daft, Deputy Director for the Centre for Environmental Law at firstname.lastname@example.org.