Navraj Singh Ghaleigh, Senior Lecturer in Climate Law, last week participated in an international seminar in Seoul, at the invitation of the Korean (ROK) Government. The event, entitled, 'International Seminar on Legal Disputes Over Emissions Trading Systems’ was hosted by the Climate Change Mitigation Division of the Ministry of Environment, in South Korea.
Other speakers included representatives from the German Federal Government, and the French Conseil d'Etat. Over one hundred attendees were present, from South Korean government, law firms, industry and academia.
Navraj’s remarks on the European Emissions Trading Scheme drew from both his published and forthcoming research, i.e.:
‘Two Stories About EU Climate Change Law and Policy’ 14(1) Theoretical Inquiries in Law (2013), 43-81
‘Climate change and the professions: the unexpected places and spaces of carbon markets’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38 (2013) 512, with Heather Lovell
‘Economics and International Climate Change Law’ in Kevin R Gray, Cinnamon P Carlarne and Richard Tarasofsky (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (Oxford University Press forthcoming 2015)