Living within our ecological limits: law and governance to nurture the Earth community
7-29 September 2013 Speaker Update
The theme for this year’s conference is: “Living within our ecological limits: law and governance to nurture the Earth community”. We’re very excited to announce that we have Nati Greene from Fundacion Pachamama (Ecuador) and Mari Margil from CELDF (USA) giving talks and workshops about Rights of Nature legislation and related developments.
We also have a fantastic, multi-disciplinary group of Australian speakers, including world renowned scientists Professor Will Steffen from the ANU and Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe and Professor Brendan Mackey from Griffith University. Information about the event can be found on our website:http://www.wildlaw.org.au/wildlaw-conference-2013-brisbane/
Call for Papers
Please visit AWLA’s website for information about the Conference themes, and for a copy of the Call for Papers: http://www.wildlaw.org.au/wildlaw-conference-2013-brisbane/call-for-papers/
Papers are invited from academics, practitioners, regulators, civil society organisations and activists who are interested in the themes of the conference. The Conference organisers particularly encourage proposals for multi-disciplinary panels (for example three speakers for one session, from different disciplines), as well as proposals for working groups and round tables that address these topics.