The FDEF House for Sustainable Governance and Markets in collaboration with the Belgio-Luxembourg Hub of the European Law Institute (ELI), the Association Luxembourgeoise pour le droit de l’environment (ALDE) and EU Law Live (as media partner) organises a series of free online Sustainability Lunchtime Seminars: Where Environmental Law Meets Economic Law.
The topic of the seminar taking place on 17 February 2022 is “International economic law and non-economic values: a critical approach”. The presentation will be given by Prof. Edoardo Stoppioni, Université de Strasbourg.
The online seminar is free of charge and will be held from 12:30 to 13:30 (Luxembourg time).
To be added to the registration list, please email Alessandra Donati at email@example.com.
The online sustainability lunchtime seminars will create a venue to study the interaction between EU environmental law and EU economic law. In light of the European Green Deal framework, the seminars’ objective is twofold. On the one hand, presenters will intend to analyse how economic law could evolve to better integrate environmental rules, principles, and objectives. On the other hand, presenters will intend to examine how environmental law could better address economic-law challenges and realities. To reach sustainability and meet EU Green Deal objectives, there must be a close interaction between environmental law and economic law; for now, these two disciplines have very different scopes and functions.