The academic staff of the EIEL Jean Monnet module is pleased to announce that on 29 September it will host Dr Anne Dienelt for a new webinar on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts.
The academic staff of the EIEL Jean Monnet module will welcome Professor Christine Bakker for two keynote lectures on international and European climate change law, which will be included in the module’s teaching programme for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The EIEL staff is happy to announce the publication of a new working paper focusing on the topic of armed conflicts and the environment on SSRN’s eLibrary.
With the start of the spring semester approaching, the staff of the Jean Monnet Module in European and International Law (EIEL) is finally able to announce the calendar for its core teaching activities.
On 20 January 2022, the EIEL Jean Monnet Module will host Dr Riccardo Luporini (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in International Law at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna) for a webinar on the growing phenomenon of human rights-based climate litigation.
On 29-30 November, the Jean Monnet Module in European and International Environmental Law (EIEL) will co-organise IYIL@30, the 30th Anniversary Workshop of the Italian Yearbook of International Law.
We are proud to announce the first EIEL guest lecture of the 2021/2022 academic year, which will take place on 15 September 2021 at 14.00 CEST. For the lecture, we will welcome Dr Sabrina Brizioli, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Law of the University of Perugia. Her lecture will explore the role of Environmental Codes of Conduct and Environmental Product Declarations in achieving the objective sustainable agri-food systems in both the European Union and at the international level.
On May 3rd, the EIEL Jean Monnet Module will welcome Dr Maria Cristina Carta, Research Fellow at the Department of Law of the University of Sassari, for a guest lecture on the legal aspects of the European Green Deal.
In March 2021, the Polish government announced an update of the logging quotas contained in the management plan for the Białowieża forest. It is already possible to see how the new quotas might run afoul of the complaints raised by the European Commission and endorsed by the Court of Justice of the EU in its 2018 ruling against Poland.
The EIEL staff is happy to announce that the calendar of EIEL core teaching activities for the second semester of the current academic year has now been finalised.