2020 Annual Seminar – Climate Change and the Law: A Comparative Perspective.

The British Association of Comparative Law (BACL) held its annual seminar online this year, before the start of the SLS Conference (Exeter) on 1st September. The topic of this year seminar was Climate Change and the Law – A comparative perspective. After an introduction by Intersentia, BACL sponsor, the annual seminar featured four speakers: Dr. Benoit Mayer (Chinese University of Hong Kong) discussing Climate Assessment as a Transnational Trend; Dr. Catherine Caine (University of Exeter) discussing The Obstacles Facing Habitat Protection in Offshore Renewable Energy; Mr. Ivano Alogna (BIICL): Climate Change Litigation: Global Perspectives and Dr. Alice Venn (University of Exeter): Climate Change, Displacement, and Small Island Developing States: Strengthening rights-based responses.

The recordings of these presentation are available here.

Ann-Christin Maak (Intersentia)

Dr. Benoit Mayer (Chinese University of Hong Kong): Climate Assessment as a Transnational Trend

Dr. Catherine Caine (University of Exeter): The Obstacles Facing Habitat Protection in Offshore Renewable Energy

Mr. Ivano Alogna (BIICL): Climate Change Litigation: Global Perspectives

Dr. Alice Venn (University of Exeter): Climate Change, Displacement, and Small Island Developing States: Strengthening rights-based responses