Call for Papers: Second Contemporary Challenges of International Environmental Law Conference

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The Faculty  of Law at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia has issued a call for papers in connection with its Second Contemporary Challenges of International Environmental Law Conference, to be held on June 5-6, 2014.

Submission Details | Papers should address issues of environmental protection, including, but not limited to: Climate Change, Air Pollution, Protection of Oceans, Access to Water, Forests, Biodiversity, Sustainable Development, Human Rights and Environment, Protection of Environment in Armed Conflicts, Environment and Indigenous Peoples, Green Energy, Waste Management, and International Trade and Environmental Protection.  Abstracts for papers should be no longer that 350 words in length and must be submitted via email by Thursday, September 5, 2013. Each submission must include the name, title, and position of the author, the name and address of the author’s current institution of employment, and a short biography.  All papers presented at the Conference will be published in a conference book. More information about submitting papers may be found here.  Any inquiries should be directed to the Conference organizers.

About the Conference | The Contemporary Challenges of International Environmental Law Conference provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary academic debate among legal scholars and scientists from various fields concerned with issues of environmental protection.  More information about the Conference is available on the Conference web page.

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