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Vidéos - Colloque international "L'impact de la transparence sur les enjeux climatiques internationaux" 8 décembre 2015 - Paris


Introduction

Irène BOUHADANA - Maître de conférences à l’École de droit de la Sorbonne (Université Paris 1), Membre de l’Institut de Recherche Juridique de la Sorbonne (IRJS), Secrétaire Générale de l’IMODEV (France)
William GILLES - Associate Professor (HDR) at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐ Sorbonne), Director of the Master of Digital Law (eGovernement), Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS), President of IMODEV (Institut du Monde et du Développement pour la Bonne gouvernance publique)

1ST SESSION IMPROVING CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES (09H45-11H15)

Moderator : Patricia Jonason

The Green Climate Fund Disclosure Policy : Does it meet International Right to Information Standards?
• Richard CALLAND - Associate Professor in Public Law at the University of Cape Town, South Africa
• Patricia JONASON - Assistant Professor in Public Law at Söderntörn University, Sweden
Environmental Transparency in a Digital Era
• Russell L. Weaver - Professor of Law & Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, USA
Climate Change in Courts - The Dutch Urgenda Case in a European Context
• Jan DARPÖ - Professor in Environmental Law at Uppsala University, Sweden
 

2ND SESSION IMPROVING ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND PARTICIPATION REGARDING THE CLIMATE CHANGE (11H45 - 13H15)

Moderator : Richard Calland

e Principle of Equality of Access to Environmental Information on Water Quality - The Case of Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay and Lagoa ?
• Eleanor MITCH - Phd Student, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne,
France
Democracy without transparency ? An Indian Paradox
• Arundhati VIRMANI, Lecturer at EHESS Marseille, France; Former Reader Delhi University, India
Food Sustainability and Transparency: a Web of Mindful Individuals Can Make a Critical Difference to the Development of Sustainable Food Policies
• Margherita POTO - Assistant Professor in Administrative Law at the
University of Turin, Italy; and Laura FORNABAIO (PhD Student in European Union and National Legal Systems), Università di Ferrara, Italy
Non-State Actors and Compliance with EU Law: the Case of the EIA Directive in Latvia
• Olga KOVARZINA - Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies, Genève, Swiss.

Conclusions