Alternative Forms of Environmental Governance

Our 2007 Conference considered the various ways in which environmental governance can be achieved.

Conference Summary

The 2007 Conference was fortunate enough to showcase talks from the following individuals:

Maria Adebowale – Director of Capacity Global
Andri Akbar – LLM Environmental Law and Policy candidate at the University of Kent
Rhuks Ako – PhD candidate at the University of Kent
Andrew Blaza – Senior Research Fellow in Business and Environment at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London
Chris Clarke – Environmental Policy Consultant and Lecturer at University College London
Dr Nicole Dando – Project Manager at the Institute of Business Ethics
Deborah Doane – Chair of the Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition
Tim Edwards – International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal
Tina Gleeson – Environmental Justice Students at Queen Margaret University, Scotland
Samantha Heath – Director of the London Sustainability Exchange
Sean Humber – Partner at Leigh Day
Tony Juniper – Executive Director of Friends of the Earth
Ian Mason – Environment and Property Law Barrister at Arden Chambers
Grace Morrison – ‘Phase 2′ Public Health Campaigner
Professor Peter Muchlinski – Professor in International Commercial Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies
Arianna Patterson – Environmental Justice Student at Queen Margaret University, Scotland
Peter Roderick – Co-Director of Climate Justice Programme
Paul Watchman – Partner at LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & McRae LLP
David Wolfe – Barrister at Matrix Chambers

Our Committee

The 2007 Conference was organised and run by the following individuals:

Andri Akbar 
Sandra Berman 
Gen-Nam Chow 
Tina Gleeson 
Andrew Judge, Cllr
James Kunz 
John McGahern Jr 
Carine Nadal 
Marte Okkelmo 
Arianna Patterson 
Nicola Vincett
Ned Westaway

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