Making sense of environmental justice & inequality in the EU
Making sense of environmental and ecological justice, and the role of the law and of citizen participation in it is not easy.
Maria Lee, professor of law at University College London and co-director of the UCL Centre for Law and the Environment and Chiara Armeni, professor of Environmental Law and member of the Centre for European Law at the ULB, help us understand what's at stake when it comes to decision-making in this area.
Inequality rhymes with injustice and understanding how it plays out when it comes to dealing with climate change is key to ensure citizens remain engaged in the fight for the preservation of our planet.
Is the European Union doing enough to ensure citizens participation is guaranteed? Is the road to a just transition evenly paved or is inequality still a challenge in this field?
Let's find out!
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