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Climate Change and the Law: A Public Panel

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
4 August 2017

The RMIT Centre for Urban Research’s Climate Change and Resilience group cordially invites you to a public panel on the topic of Climate Change and the Law.

Coming from different areas of law, our four eminent speakers will discuss the relationship between law and climate change in their particular area focusing on the ways law might currently be a hindrance to climate change action and ways it is or could be a powerful, positive tool.

Our panellists are:

29 August 2017

Please arrive by 6:15pm for a prompt 6.30 start.

6.30pm to 8.00pm

RMIT University - Swanston Academic Building 445 Swanston Street, Building 80, Level 2, Room 7, Melbourne, VIC 3000

 

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
4 August 2017
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