The International Law Research Program (ILRP) of the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) held its first multi-stakeholder international environmental law consultation workshop on February 18, 2015. Under Chatham House Rule, in a round table format, there were 29 participants, with 19 making introductory comments. Participants represented the following stakeholder groups: think tanks, private legal practice, public sector (municipal, provincial and federal), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Canadian and foreign university faculties of law and other relevant faculties, private sector and scholarship students.
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Galvao-Ferreira, Patricia; Fitzgerald, Oonagh; and Howe, Kent. (2015). Emerging Issues in International and Transnational Law Related to Climate Change - International Environmental Law Consultation Workshop.