Bodansky to lecture at University of Minnesota
Daniel Bodansky, the Lincoln Professor of Law, Ethics, and Sustainability at the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, will discuss the outcomes of last year’s climate-change conference and the prospects for moving forward during a presentation on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at the University of Minnesota.
Bodansky will speak on “The International Climate Change Negotiations: The Road from Copenhagen,” at the university’s 2010-11 Lecture Series on Law, Health & the Life Sciences entitled, “From Climate Change to the Gulf Oil Spill: Law and Science in Times of Crisis.”
He is scheduled to examine whether the Copenhagen conference was a success, if negotiations at the December conference in Cancun likely will fare better, and the chances of a new legal agreement to supplement or replace the Kyoto Protocol. Bodansky also will discuss the past, present and future of international climate-change negotiations.
For more information about the lecture, visit www.lifesci.consortium.umn.edu.
Bodansky is a preeminent authority on global climate change whose teaching and research focus on international environmental law and public international law. He teaches courses in international law and sustainability and is a key player in the College of Law’s new Program in Law and Sustainability. Bodansky also is an Affiliate Faculty Member in both the College of Law’s Center for Law and Global Affairs and its Center for Law, Science & Innovation, and in the Global Institute of Sustainability’s School of Sustainability at ASU.
Janie Magruder, Jane.Magruder@asu.edu
Office of Communications, College of Law