June 25th 2020, 12:30 – 13:30 pm Brussels time (11.30 am – 12.30 pm London time)
This webinar gives an summary of the authorized framework that applies to people and NGOs in search of to implement the Industrial Emissions Directive in nationwide courts. It is going to focus specifically on litigation directed at coal-fired energy crops, with a case instance from Bulgaria.
The webinar is organised by ClientEarth with funding from the European Fee Life Programme and is meant for public curiosity attorneys, judges, public authorities and NGOs.
Sam Shiny, Vitality lawyer, Coal lead, ClientEarth
Dominique Doyle, Vitality lawyer, ClientEarth
Regina Stoilova, Za Zemiata – Buddies of the Earth Bulgaria
Sebastian Bechtel, Environmental Democracy Lawyer, ClientEarth
Presentation 1 – Introduction to the Industrial Emissions Directive and the relevant entry to justice framework (20 minutes)
• Temporary introduction to the entry to justice obligations within the Aarhus Conference and their implementation in EU regulation beneath the Industrial Emissions Directive;
• Predominant entry to justice points associated to the Directive.
Presentation 2 – Case research –Litigation in regards to the Maritsa East 2 coal-fired energy plant in Bulgaria (30 minutes)
Questions from contributors
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