Join Scholarly Debate about Rio+20 with the Faculty of Law in Rio de Janeiro Brazil and the Program in Law and the Environment
Jul 29, 2011
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The Getulio Vargas Foundation Law School in Rio de Janeiro (FGV Direito-Rio) and the Program in Law and the Environment (PDMA), in partnership with other institutions, seeks to encourage open debate on themes related to the discussions set for the Rio + 20 Conference in 2012.

The Getulio Vargas Foundation, through its Faculty of Law in Rio de Janeiro Brazil (FGV Direito-Rio) and the Program in Law and the Environment (PDMA), has recently launched a website concerning the next World Summit on the Environment and Sustainable Development to be held in Rio de Janeiro in 2012, commonly referred to as Rio+20.

Participate in the scholarly debates - both in Portuguese and English - around the issues to be covered at Rio+20. These discussion will be carried out in phases:

  • Green Economy
  • Sustainable Development: Governance and Institutional Framework
  • Concepts for Other Environmental Conferences
  • General Principles

You can also suggest a new topic for discussion.

Interested in moderating? We are looking for moderators to coordinate the discussions. If you are interested in participating in these discussions or moderating please contact Carina Costa de Oliveira.

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