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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 5th 13.45 - 15.15 Room MR4

 1A       Aylwin Pillai (Aberdeen)
              "Tackling Climate Change and Delivering Onshore Renewable Electricity: Scotland's Progress"
1B       Ashley Bowes (Surrey)
             "The New Localism in the Planning System"
1C       Francis Moor (Salford)
             "Are you a NIMBY or a BANANA? - Exploring the significance of labelling in environmental protection."

Session 2: September 5th 15.45 - 17.15 Room MR4

2A       Richard Buxton (Richard Buxton, Solicitors, Cambridge)
            "Access to Environmental Justice"
2B       Áine Ryall (Cork)
           "Access to Environmental Justice: the Irish experience"

Session 3 September 6th 09.00 - 10.30 Room MR4

3A       Carolyn Abbot (Manchester)
             "Revolution or Reinvention? The Environment Agency's New Civil Sanctions"
3B       Carrie Bradshaw (UCL)
             "The Limits of the Business Case for Corporate Environmental Responsibility"

Session 4 September 6th 13.30 - 15.00 Room MR4

4A       Maria Lee (UCL)
            "Tort, politics and the regulation of emergingtechnologies"
4B       William Howarth (Kent)
           "Water Security"
4C       William Onzivu (Bradford)
           "(Re)conceiving health protection objectives in environmental regulation: global and domestic perspectives"

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Available Papers and Abstracts

THE “GRENELLE DE LA MER”: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION OF THE SEA - ANALYSIS OF THE PROCESS OF ESTABLISHING A NATIONAL SEA AND COAST LINE STRATEGY IN FRANCE by Christian Dadomo.
International Protection for Environmental “Refugees” by Onita Das.
(Re) conceiving health protection objective in environmental regulation: global and domestic perspectives. by William Onzivu.
Are you a NIMBY or a BANANA? – Exploring the significance of labelling in environmental protection by Francis Moor.
Access to Environmental Justice: the Irish Experience Áine Ryall, by Áine Ryall.
The New Localism in the Planning System by Ashley Bowes.
Reinvention or Revolution? The Environment Agency’s New Civil Sanctions Carolyn Abbot, University of Manchester by Carolyn Abbot,.
Scotland’s Renewable Energy Revolution: Politics, Power and Progress by Aylwin Pillai.
Regulating for Water Security by William Howarth.
The Limits of the Business Case for Corporate Environmental Responsibility by Carrie Bradshaw.
Tort, politics and the regulation of emerging technologies by Maria Lee.