Émilie Gaillard, general coordinator of the Normandy Chair for Peace, spoke at the Sustainable Development Meetings.
Round Table #3 “Sharing the Earth, Doing Justice”
The idea of environmental justice has permeated the debate on sustainable development since its inception. Numerous proposals have been considered: from the creation of the crime of ecocide to the idea of making nature a subject of positive law, from the reform of the international criminal court to the drafting of a global pact for the environment, legal thinkers and actors have largely taken up this issue. But at a time when multilateralism is failing, trapped between American nationalism and Chinese opportunism, can environmental justice still emerge? And more profoundly, are the political solutions envisaged mature enough to respond sustainably and effectively to the need to sanction those who degrade nature? To think about this, be welcome to the Sustainable Development Meetings, co-organized live on September 23 with KEDGE Business School.
- Clémentine Baldon, Lawyer and associate expert to the Scientific Council of the Fondation pour la nature et l’homme
- Emilie Gaillard, Professor at Sciences Po Rennes, General Coordinator of the “Normandy for Peace” Chair
- Hélène N’Garnim-Ganga, Director of the Political and Citizen Transitions Department of the French Development Agency
- Moderated by : Virginie Salmen, Europe 1