ELI Series on Global Environmental Rule of Law

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The United Nations report, Environmental Rule of Law: Tracking Progress and Charting Future Directions, is a follow-up to 2019’s First Global Report on Environmental Rule of Law, and provides a comprehensive assessment of how the environmental rule of law has advanced and been challenged since publication of the first report. Collecting and analyzing data from a survey of 193 U.N. Member States regarding their laws, institutions, civic engagement, rights, and justice, this report highlights the most prevalent aspects of environmental rule of law across countries and tracks progress in addressing the triple planetary crisis.

In the first session of ELI's Global Environmental Rule of Law Series, our speakers will discuss the report and recent global developments in environmental rule of law. In the four subsequent parts of the monthly series, the following questions will be addressed: How effective have new environmental laws been at addressing the climate crisis? What global trends have our contributors identified in the environmental rule of law? What are the biggest challenges in implementing environmental laws, and how can they be overcome?

This series is free, but registration for the individual sessions is required. Click on the sessions listed below to register today!

There is no CLE available for this series.

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The first session in this series will be a hybrid event based in ELI's Washington, DC offices. All subsequent sessions will take place via webinar.

Webinar or Hybrid in Washington, DC

Series Sessions: