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1 Sep 2013

Author:
Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, School of Law of Utrecht University, & Center for Sustainability of Nyenrode Business University

[PDF] Conference Programme: “Bridging the Gap between International Investment Law and the Environment”

[Includes presentations on the environmental responsibilities of non-state actors, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, as well as the arbitration of Chevron v. Ecuador and Vattenfall v. Germany.]

Part of the following timelines

Conference on intl. investment law & environmental protection; focus on climate change & sustainable development (Hague, Netherlands, 4-5 Nov)

Bridging the Gap between International Investment Law and the Environment [Hague, Netherlands, 4-5 Nov]

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)