ASEAN Environmental Law Conference
Day 1 - Opening and Climate Justice Day 2 - Animal Law, The Role of Lawyers Day 3 - Plastics and Oceans
Day 1 - Opening and Climate Justice
Day 2 - Animal Law, The Role of Lawyers
Day 3 - Plastics and Oceans
About this Event
Wednesday 27 January
Opening Remarks: Matthew Baird, Director , Asian Research Institute for Environmental Law
Keynote - The Environment, Human Rights and Environmental Justice. Professor Ben Boer, Emeritus Professor of Environmental Law, University of Sydney and Wuhan University
Briony Eales, Consultant ADB, Jinmei Liu, Friends of Nature, China and Hasminah D. Paudac, Legal Advisor - Climate Justice and Liability Campaign, Greenpeace Southeast Asia - Philippines
From 2pm - 4pm - ARIEL / GREENPEACE/ Earth Rights International Workshop - Separate Registration Required.
Thursday 28 January
10 - 12noon (Manila time) - Animal Law
Sallie Yang, Usaid Wildlife Asia, Khin Thandar, and Matthew Baird, Excutive Director, Asian Research Institute for Environmental Law
2pm - 4pm - The Role of Lawyers - Environment and Human Rights
Sor Rattanamanee Polkla, Community Resource Center, Ben Hadrman, Earth Rights International, Stephanie Venuti, OECD, Business HR and Environment and Reynaldo Sembiring, Indonesian Center for Environmetnal law.
Friday 29 January
10 - 12 noon (Manila) - Plastics
Youna Lyons, Senior Research Fellow, Center for International Law, NUS, Nathania, Researcher, Pollution Control Division, Indonesia Center for Environmental Law and Anna Oposa, Executive Director, Save Philippine Seas.
2pm - 4pm - Oceans
Gloria Ramos, Vice President, Oceana Philippines, Mas Achmad Santosa, Executive Director, Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative and Dominic Thomson, Deputy Director and Project Manager, Environmental Justice Foundation Thailand.
Theme: Stories and Solutions in Challenging Times
Host: Asian Research Institute for Environmental Law (ARIEL)
Time: 09:00 – 15:00, BKK Time
10:00-12:00, 14:00-16:00, MNL Time
13:00 – 19:00, SYD Time
Venue: Zoom Webinar for Conference (500 pax) and Facebook live