Yale Center Beijing invites you to a discussion with the seven experts who were instrumental in producing the Oslo Principles on Global Climate Change Obligations.
Proposed in early 2015 and backed by distinguished international lawyers, professors and jurists, the Oslo Principles are a framework for governments to commit to meaningful reductions in carbon emissions. The document incorporate mechanisms to accomodate the differential impacts and demands on nations and enterprises, placing most greenhouse gas reduction responsibilities on developed countries.
The Oslo Principles are available at http://globaljustice.macmillan.yale.edu/news/oslo-principles-global-climate-change-obligations. During the event, you will have an opportunity to discuss with seven of the experts who produced the document.
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Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs / founding Director, Global Justice Program at Yale University
Chief Judge / Adjunct Professor at Land and Environment Court, New South Wales / Sydney Law School
Professor of Environmental and International Law and Assistant Dean for International Affiliations at Wuhan University School of Law
Clinical Professor of Law at Yale Law School
Advocate-General / Honorary Professor at Netherlands Supreme Court / Maastricht University Faculty of Law
Professor at Stellenbosch University Faculty of Law