Environmental
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

1A       Colin Mackie (Aberdeen)

            Fund-based compensation for environmental damage and the marginalisation of the                         polluter-pays principle

1B        Ciara Hacket (Queen's University Belfast)

            BP and Deep Water Horizon: Implications for mass torts, sustainable development and                     the power of the media

1C       Kim Bouwer (University College London)

            Paved with good (un)intentions


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

2A       Olivia Hamlyn  (University College London)

            Pesticides regulation and space for non-scientific considerations

2B        Mary Dobbs (Queen's University Belfast)

            Political Posturing or Real Powers: Control of Genetically Modified Crops by the                                 Member States and their Regions

2C       Sean Whittaker (University College Cork)

            Adjudicating Environmental Information Appeals in England: How Best to                                         Deliver Access to Justice?


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

3A       Joanne Hawkins (Bristol)          

            Regulation of Fracking: Precaution, Help or Hindrance

3B        Elen Stokes (Cardiff)    

            Law's Temporality: risk, regulation and the future of fracking

3C       Michelle Lim and Andrew Allan (Dundee)           

            Re-imagining Environmental Law for Managing Ecosystem Services for Poverty             Alleviation –  Multidisciplinary Approaches for Maximising Legal Effectiveness in The                       Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) Delta


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

4A       Andrea Ross 

            Sustainability and national identity: an under-exploited connection?

4B        Eghosa Osa Ekhator (Hull) 

            Oil-producing Communities and the Petroleum Industry Bill in Nigeria: A Case for                             Energy Justice

4C       David Ong (Nottingham Trent)      

            Integrating an Environmental Sustainability Perspective within the British University                       Law Curriculum

Abstracts

Pesticides regulation and space for non-scientific considerations by Olivia Hamlyn:.
The Regulation of Fracking: Precaution, Help or Hindrance? by Joanne Hawkins.
BP and Deep Water Horizon: Implications for mass torts, sustainable development and the power of the media by Ciara Hackett.
Paved with good (un)intentions by Kim Bouwer.
Law's Temporality: risk, regulation and the future of fracking by Stokes.
FUND-BASED COMPENSATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE AND THE MARGINALISATION OF THE POLLUTER-PAYS PRINCIPLE by Colin Mackie.
Oil producing Communities and the Petroleum Industry Bill in Nigeria: A Case for Energy Justice by Eghosa Osa Ekhator.
Future Law and the Environment – Multidisciplinary Approaches for Managing Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation in The Ganges-­?Brahmaputra-­?Meghna (GBM) Delta by Michelle Lim & Andrew Allan.
Pesticides regulation and space for non-­?scientific considerations by Olivia Hamlyn.
Integrating an Environmental Sustainability Perspective within the British University Law Curriculum by David M. Ong.
Adjudicating Environmental Information Appeals in England: How Best to Deliver Access to Justice by Sean Whittaker.
Adjudicating Environmental Information Appeals in England: How Best to Deliver Access to Justice? by Sean Whittaker.
Sustainability and national identity: an under-­?exploited connection? by Andrew Ross.
The Regulation of Fracking: Precaution, Help or Hindrance? by Joanne Hawkins .
Adjudicating Environmental Information Appeals in England: How Best to Deliver Access to Justice? by Sean Whittaker.
FUND-BASED COMPENSATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE AND THE MARGINALISATION OF THE POLLUTER-PAYS PRINCIPLE by Colin Mackie.
Integrating an Environmental Sustainability Perspective within the British University Law Curriculum by David M. Ong.
: "Future Law and the Environment – Multidisciplinary Approaches for Managing Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation in The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) Delta". by Michelle Lim & Andrew Allan.
The Regulation of Fracking: Precaution, Help or Hindrance? by Joanne Hawkins.
Pesticides regulation and space for non-scientific considerations by Olivia Hamlyn.
Oil producing Communities and the Petroleum Industry Bill in Nigeria: A Case for Energy Justice by Eghosa Osa Ekhator .
Paved with good (un)intentions by Kim Bouwer.
BP and Deep Water Horizon: Implications for mass torts, sustainable development and the power of the media by Ciara Hackett.
Sustainability and national identity: an under-exploited connection? by Andrew Ross .
Law's Temporality: risk, regulation and the future of fracking by Stokes.

Papers

Attaining Multilevel Governance of GM Cultivation by Mary Dobbs.

Posters

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