Legal solutions for a net zero future: launching the International Bar Association's Climate Registry

14 Mar 2024 1700 - 1800 GMT

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A webinar presented by the IBA Legal Policy & Research Unit

Join us for the launch of the International Bar Association's Climate Registry, a peer-to-peer platform facilitating local bar associations to showcase their proactive responses to the climate crisis. In this webinar, we'll delve into the critical role of the legal profession in addressing the climate crisis and explore how lawyers worldwide can contribute to sustainable practices and policy advocacy. From guidance for solicitors to impactful recommendations and initiatives, discover how legal communities are mobilising to combat climate change and drive positive environmental impact.

Key points:

  •  Introduction to the International Bar Association's Climate Registry and its significance in the legal landscape.
  •  Showcase of documents uploaded by local bar associations, including guidance for solicitors, policy recommendations and initiatives taken.
  •  Examination of the legal profession's role in addressing the climate crisis and driving sustainability.
  •  Opportunities for collaboration and collective action within the legal community to combat the climate crisis.
  •  Inspiring examples of successful climate-focused initiatives led by legal practitioners and bar associations.


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Lara Douvartzidis

Net Zero Lawyers Alliance, London, England; Special Projects Officer, Business Human Rights Committee

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Confirmed speakers
Lungisani Zulu

Law Association of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia

Selina Lee-Andersen

Miller Thompson, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Letícia Perrone Campos Mello

Conselho Federal da OAB, London, England

John Dernbach

Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA

Alasdair Cameron

The Law Society of England & Wales, London, England

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