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Seminar

Climate goals and energy targets: legal perspectives

Climate goals and energy targets: legal perspectives

Climate goals and energy targets: legal perspectives

30.04.2019 EU law

On Tuesday April 30th, Stibbe organizes a seminar on climate goals and energy targets.
Climate change has incited different international and supranational institutions to issue climate goals and renewable energy targets. Both the UN and the EU have led this movement with various legal instruments.

The seminar will focus on the enforceability in court of these climate goals and energy targets: Are they enforceable in court? Will they impact new or existing projects? To whom will the extra costs be passed on?

During the break and after the seminar, there will be plenty of opportunities to exchange ideas with the speakers and other attendees.

If you wish to receive more information or you wish to attend, please click here.

Programme
13:30

Registration and welcome coffee at Stibbe

14:00

The binding character of the UN climate goals and energy targets: can states be held liable for not reaching these targets?

Tom Ruys

14:30

The EU 2030 climate and energy framework: governance and accountability.

Frederik Vandendriessche and Pieterjan Claeys

15:10

Coffee and tea

15:30

The implementation of climate targets in Belgium: perspectives and business opportunities.

Cedric Degreef and Rony Vermeersch

16:10

The merits of climate goals and energy targets in the permitting process: new grounds for annulment?

Jan Bouckaert and Guan Schaiko

16:50

Q&A

17:00 Reception

Team

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