Die Kanzlei Köhler & Klett sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n Rechtsanwaltsfachangestellte/n (m/w/d).
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Where Coal is King, the Subjects Go Bankrupt
Ein Beitrag von Prof. Junker auf der Homepage des DAJV.
Call: International Climate Protection Fellowship - Application deadline: 1 March 2021
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grants up to 15 International Climate Protection Fellowships to prospective leaders and up to five to postdoctoral researchers from non-European transition or developing countries, who are active in any of the following areas: scientific, engineering-based, legal, economic, health-related or social aspects of climate change. The young climate experts will come to Germany for 12-24 months to work alongside a host of their own choosing on a research-related project.
Further information, a list of all application requirements and a link to the online application form are available at www.humboldt-foundation.de/en/apply/sponsorship-programmes/international-climate-protection-fellowship.
People Places Planet Podcast Presents Cool Cities: A/C Ordinances—The Hot New Trend in Fighting Extreme Heat?
Extreme heat kills more people than any other natural disaster, and heat waves are growing longer, hotter, and more frequent, due to climate change. Cities are particularly impacted because climate change exacerbates the urban heat island effect. In this episode of People Places Planet Podcast, a climate scientist, a legal expert, and a local elected official weigh in on one possible tool cities can bring to bear on this public health crisis: air conditioning mandates.
The episode, hosted by ELI’s Cynthia Harris, features:
- Rachel Licker, Senior Climate Scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists and author of Killer Heat in the United States: Climate Choices and the Future of Dangerously Hot Days;
- Michael Gerrard, Professor at Columbia Law School, Faculty Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, and author of Heat Waves: Legal Adaptation to the Most Lethal Climate Disaster (So Far); and
- Councilmember Tom Hucker of Montgomery County, MD, a sponsor of Bill 24-19,which would require landlords in the County to provide and maintain air conditioning in rental units.
Some cities , traditionally no stranger tohigh temperatures, already require landlords to provide tenants with A/C. What if the rest of the U.S. follows suit? Are A/C ordinances effective in addressing extreme heat? What are the obstacles and consequences of implementing them? And what are other tools local governments can implement to be the “Cool Cities” of tomorrow?
Cameroon: Concerns over new Palm Oil Project
Graduate of the Master Program in Environmental Science, former Academic Manager of IMES, member of the ELC, and Founder and Executive Director of the Buea-based Environmental Governance Institute, EGI, John Tarkang, is interviewed about the planned Camvert project in Cameroon.
Nyete, in the Ocean Division of the South region of Cameroon John Tarkang expresses concerns over a new palm project which will occupy over 3000 hectares of forested land.
Bayer - Monsanto lawsuit - WDR
WDR has broadcasted a summary and an update about the Bayer - Monsanto lawsuit for which Prof. Junker has been consulted as an expert.
You can find it following the link below: