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Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA)

Earth Laws Asia Pacific: Earth, Sea, Fire, Spirit Online Conference

Wednesday 14 Oct
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Friday 16 Oct

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Free

Online

About this event

The escalating impacts of climate change are being felt around the Asia Pacific region. As Australian communities recover and rebuild from a summer of horrific bushfires, other communities are coping with sea level rise, flooding, forced transition of cities and communities to safe zones, increasing environmental deterioration and biodiversity loss. With the outbreak of COVID-19, environmental protection efforts have changed dramatically, and there is much to learn and share from our each other.

This conference invites participants to share research and project updates, and work together to progress collaborative projects. This year’s conference will bring together First Nations peoples, legal experts and legal practitioners from around the Asia Pacific region (in person and via Zoom). It will also bring ocean rights and law of the sea experts together with Earth laws experts focused on terrestrial land and biodiversity management.

Official link – https://www.earthlaws.org.au/events/earth-sea-fire-spirit/

GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

*Dr Mary Graham, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Queensland and Kombumerri, First Nations person

*Professor Brendan Mackey, Griffith Climate Change Response Program, Australia

*Professor Klaus Bosselmann, University of Auckland, New Zealand

*Dr Michelle Maloney, Australian Earth Laws Alliance

*Dr Nicole Rogers, Southern Cross University, Australia

*Victor David, L’Institut de recherche pour le developpement (IRD), New Caledonia

*Mari Margil, Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights, USA

*Daniel Hikuroa, University of Auckland, New Zealand

*Enteng Bautista, Kalikasan, Philippines

*Dr Erin O’Donnell, Melbourne Law School

*Dr Alessandro Pelizzon, Southern Cross University, Australia

*Michelle Bender, Earth Laws Center, USA

*Erin Fitz-Henry, University of Melbourne, Australia

*Dr Fran Humphries, Griffith Law School, Australia

  • Animals and Wildlife
  • Business Ethics
  • Climate
  • Conservation and Land Care
  • Sustainable Communities
NOTE: All event information was accurate at the time of publishing, but we do not take any responsibility for losses or damages incurred due to incorrect information. Please follow the links to the original organisers for further details.
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