WCEL Early Career Group Webinar 3: The Future of Ecology and Civilisation – What Role for Law?

Photo: Bridle Gap, Wilpena Pound, Ikara- Flinders Ranges, South Australia, Australia

The Future of Ecology and Civilisation – What Role for Law?

Hosted by the World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL) Early Career Group (ECG)

This one hour session highlights perspectives from early career environmental law scholars on the future of ecology and civilization.

DATE AND TIME: 18th August, 6:30 am, UTC, 4pm Adelaide, 4:30pm (Sydney/Brisbane)/ 2:30pm (Perth/Kuala Lumpur/Beijing)/ 8:30am (Stockholm)/2:30am (Washington)

This webinar is held as part of a webinar series organised by the Early Career Network of Networks of Future Earth. A range of webinars from the Networks’ member groups will be held the week of the 14th of August.

Register and RSVP here


Session Chair: Michelle Lim, School of Law, University of Adelaide,  Chair – Early Career Group of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law; Fellow, IPBES Global Assessment;


Agroecology and Payment for Environmental Services: Brazilian Lessons and Perspectives

Ana Paula Rengel Gonçalves

Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil


Restructuring Environmental Law Regimes to Address Global Environmental Change

Taimur Khan

AJ Khan Associates, Pakistan


The Need to Include Watershed Management in Peru’s post-El Niño Costero Disaster Reconstruction Plan (“Reconstrucción con Cambios”)

Rosa María Pineda Yupanqui



Gaps, feedbacks and connections of the Sustainable Development Goals: a systems analysis to achieve sustainable development in the Anthropocene 

Michelle Lim, Peter Søgaard Jørgensen, Carina Wyborn

Adelaide Law School; Stockholm University; Luc Hoffmann Institute

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