Francesco Sindico – Climate and trade interaction in the aftermath of the Copenhagen Accord

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Date: 26 March 2010
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Russell Square, London

4th annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference 2010

Trading towards unsustainability? – The legal challenges

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Mr. Francesco Sindico, Lecturer, University of Surrey, Deputy Director, Environmental Regulatory Research Group
Climate and trade interaction in the aftermath of the Copenhagen Accord

Francesco Sindico joined the Law School of the University of Surrey Guildford on 20 August 2007. He has an undergraduate degree in Law from the University of Turin, Italy (2001) and an LLM in International Law and International Relations from the Autonoma University in Madrid (2003). He has worked as research fellow at the Universitat Jaume I in Castellón de la Plana, Spain (2004-2007), and he has been a EC Marie Curie research fellow at the Institute of Environmental Studies of the Free University in Amsterdam, a Visiting Researcher at the Faculty of Law of the University College London and at the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva.

Francesco Sindico currently covers the following posts: he serves as Associate Editor of the Carbon and Climate Law Review; he is Programme Leader of the LLM Environmental Health Law and Deputy Director of the Environmental Regulatory Research Group (ERRG). He is also a member of the European Society of International Law and of the Spanish International Law Association.

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