ASIL International Environmental Law Interest Group Proposals for the 2012 Annual Meeting

The American Society of International Law’s Interest Group on International Environment Law (IELIG) has submitted four different proposals for the 2012 Annual Meeting.  Three of the proposals come from IG group members:

* Natasha Affolder, International Environmental Law’s Unfamiliar Faces: Contracts, Concessions and Offset Agreements

* Hari Osofsky. Complexities of Climate Change Adaptation

* Don Anton, Greening the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD): An Agenda for International Environmental Law

The IELIG has also sponsored a joint proposal with the Law of the Sea Interest Group:

* Don Anton and Coalter Lathrop, Regulating the “Race to the Bottom”: Governing the Sustainable Exploitation of Deep Sea-Bed Resources

While there is no guarantee that any of these proposals will get up, we believe that all of them are strong and we hope for a strong international environmental law showing at the 2012 Annual Meeting.

As a member of the American Society of International Law, to join the interest group all you need to do is proceed to the ASIL International Environmental Law Interest Group webpage.

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