Title: by elni
Conferences and fora
scientific input and the possibility for discussion on a relevant subject of environmental law and policy for international experts. The aim is to gather together scientists, policy makers and young researches, providing them with the opportunity to exchange views and information as well as to develop new perspectives.
elni fora initiative
The aim of the elni fora initiative is to bring together, on a convivial basis and in a seminar-sized group, environmental lawyers living or working in the Brussels area, who are interested in sharing and discussing views on specific topics related to environmental law and policies.
Beside the elni conferences and fora this site also provides information about events by elni members.
elni conferences and fora
- elni Forum 2017:
"BREXIT and Environmental Law", 11 May 2017
Prof. Veerle Heyvaert, LSE, London and
Céline Charveriat, IEEP, Brussels.
- elni Forum 2016:
"Assessing CETA's impact on Environmental Law", 8 September 2016, Brussels.
- elni Conference 2013:
“EU Environmental Impact Assessment Directive - challenges and perspectives in the light of the past experiences and the recent proposal for amendment", May 23-24, 2013, in Wroclaw
- elni Forum 2011:
“Access to Documents at European Level – key issues and practical experiences", Tuesday, May 24, 2011, from 6.00 to 8.30 pm, in Brussels
- ELNI-VMR-VVOR-congress 2010:
"Talking about the environmental effects of industrial installations
the European Directive on Industrial Emissions
(IED/ current IPPC Directive)"
- elni forum 2009:
"The Directive on Industrial Emissions and its implementation in national law - key issues and practical experiences"
- elni forum 2008:
"Enforcement of individual producer responsibility through (smart) Labelling of electric and electronic products?"
- elni forum 2006:
"Nanotechnology – A stepwise approach to a regulative framework"
- elni forum 2005:
"The implementation of risk reduction measures: Inter-face problems between REACh and sector specific environmental legislation (IPPC/WFD)"
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