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Paolo Farah has presented a paper on “Shale Gas in China: A Comparison With Unconventional Fuel Development in the United States: Health, Wealth and Environmental Risks”  at the “Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship”, Vermont Law School, Montpelier, USA, 11th October 2013.

Paolo Farahhas been Chair, Moderator and Discussant in the Workshop “Influences and Perspectives on Legislation and Rulemaking”at the Conference “New Approaches and New Questions in Chinese Law”, European China Law Studies Association (ECLS), University of Oxford, Oxford, 18-20th September 2013.

 

Paolo Farahhas presented a paper on “Le futur de l'économie chinoise (The Future of the Chinese Economy)” at the Round Table «Quel avenir pour la Chine? (Which Future for China ?)», Summer University in Mercantour (UIEM) at Saint-Martin Vésubie (Alpes-Maritimes), France, 6th September 2013.

 

Paolo Farahhas presented a paper on Towards an International Legal Framework for Energy: the OPEC and the World Trade Organization at the International Law Association Annual Conference, ILA Hellenic Regional Conference 2013, “Imperium Iuris: Governance, Trade, Resources”, Cape Sounion, Athens, Greece 29-31 August 2013, 31st August 2013.

 

As part of the Research Project on “Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: Towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage” – EPSEI, part of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission, gLAWcal organized the Workshop on Climate Change and Sustainable Energy InvestmentsThe workshop was held at Peking University School of Government, in Beijing (China) on July 21st, 2013. The event comprised three sessions: the first one on "The International Debate on Sustainable Energy and Climate Change; the second one on "Sustainable Energy Policy and Energy Investment Law in China" and the third one on "Sustainable Energy and Environmental Risk Analysis: The Scientific Support to Decision Making in Europe and Asia". 

Among other speakers, gLAWcal' staff gave their contribution to the discussion. 

Ms.Elena Cima gave a presentation on "Renewable Energy Subsidies and the WTO. An Environmentally-Friendly Approach". 

Dr. Paolo Farahgave a presentation on "Climate Change, Environment and Energy from the Perspective of International Law and WTO Law: How to Use the General Exceptions of Article XX GATT". 

Mr. Riccardo Tremoladagave a presentation on "China’s Shale Gas Development: Trapped between the Absence of an Adequate Legal Enforcement and Environmental Degradation Risks".

 

As part of the Research Project on “Liberalism In Between Europe And China” - LIBEAC - Assessing the Socio-Cultural and Politico-Legal Dimensions of the Differences in Terms of Interpretation and Enforcement of Economic, Social and Environmental Rights in Europe and China”, part of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission, gLAWcal organized the Workshop on Political, Philosophical and Legal Aspects of Liberalism in a Comparative Perspective. The workshop was held at Peking University School of Government, in Beijing (China) on July 22nd, 2013.

Among other speakers, Dr. Paolo Farah gave a presentation on “Globalization, Liberalism and Western Concepts of Intellectual Property Law: A Need of Protection of the Rights of  Indigenous People and the Cultural Diversity in Contemporary World".

 

As part of the Research Project on “Partnering Opportunities between Europe and China in the Renewable Energies and Environmental Industries” – POREEN, part of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission, gLAWcal organized the Workshop on China and the Good Governance of the Markets in the Light of the Economic Development. The Workshop was held at Peking University School of Government, in Beijing (China) on July 23rd, 2013. 

Among other speakers, gLAWcal staff gave their contribution to the discussion.

Ms. Elena Cima gave a presentation on "Chinese Laws and Policies in the Raw Materials Sector".

Dr. Paolo Farah gave a presentation on "How to integrate the Good Governance Concepts in the context of the Global Governance and Laws".

Ms. Angela Moriggi gave a presentation on "Environmental Activism in China: Two Case Studies".