A team of jurists and philosophers is preparing a book (complete versions in French, English and Spanish) that aims to fill a gap in the publishing world: to question environmental ethics in relation to legal norms. The contributions gathered will not only be addressed to the scientific and student community, but also to the law makers (ministers, MPs, governmental staff, elected and administrative personnel at the local level, leaders and staff of international organizations, activists in NGOs, …).
The project already brings together a considerable number of contributions from both renowned specialists in the field and from young researchers who have wished to explore this urgent topic.
The editors of the book are still looking for non-European contributions, specifically from Latin America, Africa and Asia, including the focus adopted by indigenous peoples.
Volume of each contribution: between 47,000 and 57,000 characters (including spaces) = approx. 8,800 words
Deadline for submission: May 20, 2023.
For all additional information we refer you to our first call for contributions.
If you are interested in this project, please submit a proposal for a contribution by March 20, 2023.