Making norms work for the environment
With the participation of Laurence Tubiana and Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (availability permitting)
This seminar has as its research focus the implementation of global norms to protect the environment, and as its objective to outline, through the sharing of experience and best practices, the conditions for the success of such an endeavour.
Through the study of specific case studies, and the bringing together of academics, practitioners and politicians involved in the study or the implementation of environmental norms, the objective is to unpack the implementation process of environmental norms, and to elucidate how such norms can best serve the environmental objectives they were set to attain.
This seminar will also conclude the second year of study of the Health&Environment programme, dedicated to the study of international norms.
This seminar will be held entirely in English.
Contact: Amira Korkor - firstname.lastname@example.org