Skip navigation

The Polar Environment: Policy, Legal and Scientific Perspectives

23rd July 2014

18:00-19:30 (please arrive between 17:30 and 18:00)

Defra, Nobel House, Smith Square, SW1P 2AL, Room 808

REGISTRATION

This event is only open to members of UKELA, BIICL and the GLS.

Attendance is free however advance registration is required.

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. To reserve your place please email Eleanor Fletcher at eleanor.fletcher@defra.gsi.gov.uk

Please note that you cannot register for this event on the BIICL website.

The Government Legal Service Environment Group, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and the UK Environmental Law Association invite you to discuss:

The Polar Environment: Policy, Legal and Scientific Perspectives

The Polar Regions are of vital environmental importance, not least because of their role as a barometer for climate change and their unique biodiversity. Geopolitically and legally, however, they are truly poles apart. These three eminent speakers will give their perspectives about this fascinating topic.

Refreshments will be available

Speakers:

  • Jill Barrett, Arthur Watts Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law, BIICL
  • Jennifer Jackson, British Antarctic Survey
  • Jane Rumble, Head of the UK Polar Regions Department, FCO

Download the Event Flyer

CPD Points to be confirmed

27th February 2018 | LONDON

UK-EU Dispute Resolution Post-Brexit: What role for the CJEU?

Read more

28th February 2018 | LONDON

Competition in Financial Services

Read more

8th March 2018 | LONDON

ITF event: General Principles of Law in Investment Arbitration, and the Hierarchy of Norms under International Law

Read more

13th March 2018

Constitutional Recognition of First Nations in Australia

Read more

27th March 2018

The Use of Force in Relation to Sovereignty Disputes over Land Territory

Read more