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Le futur de l’économie chinoise (The Future of the Chinese Economy)”, Paper presented at the Round Table « Quel avenir pour la Chine ? (Which Future for China ?)» chaired by Professor Rostane Mehdi (University of Aix-Marseille and College of Europe in Bruges, Director of the UMR CNRS 7318) at Summer University in Mercantour (UIEM) at Saint-Martin Vésubie (Alpes-Maritimes), France, 6th September 2013

To download the entire agenda and program please click: Programme_universite__d_e_te__2013

SIXIÈME UNIVERSITÉ INTERNATIONALE D’ÉTÉ DU MERCANTOUR (UIEM)*

Organisée par

Le Centre d’Études et de Recherches internationales et communautaires (CERIC – CNRS UMR 7318) Université d’Aix-Marseille

L’Association pour l’Enseignement et la Recherche en Relations Internationales d’Aix-Marseille (AERRI)

SAINT MARTIN-VÉSUBIE, Auditorium de la Médiathèque valléenne

02 – 06 septembre 2013

Vendredi 06 Septembre

9h30-12h00 : Atelier 3 : Approfondissement d’une thématique

Table-ronde : Quel avenir pour la Chine ?

 

Sous la présidence de Rostane MEHDI, Professeur à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille et au Collège d’Europe de Bruges, Directeur de l’UMR CNRS 7318

  • Jin BANGGUI, Directeur de l’Institut Europe-Asie, Univ. d’Aix-Marseille
  • Paolo FARAH, Senior Lecturer, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Thi Minh-Hoang NGO, Chercheur associé à l’IRASIA, UMR CNRS 7306, Univ. d’Aix-Marseille
  • Chunxue SHAN, Doctorante à l’Univ. d’Aix-Marseille

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China Water Energy Team – China WET

Conference co-organized by the The Woodrow Wilson Centre China Environment Forum (USA), GreenInnovation Hub (China) and gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (Europe) – http://www.glawcal.org.uk

To download the one page agenda: China WET Project & gLAWcal – Conference – One Page Program

To download the full program: China WET Project & gLAWcal – Conference Full Program

Global Choke Point:

Water-Energy-Food Confrontations in the World’s Two Largest Economies

Room 127, Leo KoGuan Building, Peking University School of Government – Beijing, China

August 7th 2013 – 14:00 – 16:30

Three colliding trends — declining freshwater reserves, uncertain grain supplies, and booming energy demand — are disrupting economies, governments, and environments around the world. Unlike food or energy, we cannot grow or easily produce more water. That is especially true in the era of climate change, when deeper droughts and terrible floods tighten the food and energy choke points are already caused by waste, pollution, and mismanagement of water.

These complex challenges demand integrated analyses and innovative solutions. For three years research teams from the Woodrow Wilson Center and Circle of Blue have been reporting from the United States, China, Australia, India, and the other frontlines of the world’s water-food-energy crisis.

Building on our Choke Point research in the United States and China, the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum partnered with the Beijing-based Greenovation Hub to organize a diverse group of U.S. and Chinese experts into a China Water-Energy Team (China WET). The team is holding roundtable discussions in Beijing the week of August 5, 2013 with the goal of gathering information and data to identify research, legal, policy, and NGO priorities for China to begin dealing with water-energy confrontations and to explore opportunities for further U.S.-China cooperation on these issues.

At this workshop at Beijing University our Chinese and U.S. China WET members will be joined by Dr. Paolo Farah to delve into the water-energy challenges facing China and the United States, looking at risks and opportunities to build resilience to deal with these growing natural resource confrontations.

AGENDA

Short keynote: Global Choke Point

Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue

Panel 1: Water-Energy Confrontations in the United States

Vince Tidwell, Sandia National Laboratory

Pam Bush, Delaware River Basin Commission

Q&A

Panel 2: Solving China’s Water-Energy Nexus Challenges

Jia Shaofeng, Institute for Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research

Sun Qingwei, Independent Researcher

Yang Fuqiang, Natural Resources Defense Council

Q &A

Panel 3: Climate Change, Energy Security and Water Wrap Up Panel

Jia Yangwen, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research

Paolo Farah, Edge Hill University and gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development

AGENDA
SPEAKERS AND FORMAT
(One short keynote followed by China WET Choke Point Panel. Some Q & A from Audience and then
Commentators/short presentations from Beijing University Professors).

SESSION 1: MINI-KEYNOTE

Keith SCHNEIDER

Choke Point: US/Choke Point: China

• Choke Point: US talk focusing on Ohio River Valley current water-energy trends.
• Choke Point: China overview

SESSION 2: CHINA WET CHOKE POINT PANELS

Vince TIDWELL

Water-Energy Trends and Mapping in the United States

• General issues around energy and water for the US

• Potential impacts of water availability on the expanding thermoelectric power sector (and the sector’s vulnerability to climate change)

• Pilot planning project with the Western Electricity Coordinating Council and Electric Reliability Council of Texas on integrating water availability into long-term transmission planning

• Mapping water availability, cost and projected demands in the Western U.S.

• Energy-Water-Land Nexus in the United States (part of US 2013 National Climate Assessment)

Pam Bush

Water-Energy Confrontations in the Delaware River Basin

  • Water-energy confrontations in the Delaware River Basin—shale gas fracking.
  • Delaware River Basin Commission’s efforts to address water-energy confrontations.

Short Q & A

Jia Shaofeng

Water and Energy Challenge of China

  • Water Resources Security of China
  • Energy challenge of China: Coal domination and pollution, gas dependence
  • Nexus: Water demand of energy sector
  • Nexus: Hydropower development debate
  • Solutions? Energy trade, sustainable energy, new source , spatial layout , sustainable water development

Yang Fuqiang

Seeking Solutions for China’s Coal-Water Challenges

  • Energy efficiency and water saving
  • Water use and coal consumption cap

Short Q & A

– All of China WET team can be answering –

Session 3: Climate Change, Energy Security and Water Wrap Up Panel

Jia Yangwen

The Situation and Challenges of Yellow River Basin Water Resources

  • Distribution and utilization of water resources in the Yellow River Basin
  • Challenges in the use of water resources
  • Water-energy development confrontation—water management, water right transfers, and water diversion, etc.

Paolo Farah

Climate Change, Energy Security and Water 

  • Climate Change, Energy Trade and Environmental Issues
  • Climate change, energy security and Water: multiscalar effects
  • The intersection of climate change and energy security in policy-making and the impact in the water management
  • The role of law for climate change, energy security and access to water: a theoretical framework
  • Shifting from carbon-based economy towards renewable energies

To download the one page agenda: China WET Project & gLAWcal – Conference – One Page Program

To download the full program: China WET Project & gLAWcal – Conference Full Program

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Agenda of the program, click here: POREEN WORKSHOP 23rd July 2013 def

One page Agenda: POREEN workshop short leaflet ONE PAGE

FP7-PEOPLE-2010 IRSES

Marie Curie Irses

 

Consortium:

Università degli Studi di Macerata

Università Politecnica delle Marche

Toulouse Business School

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Beijing Normal University

East China University of Political Science and Law Tsinghua University

University of Ulster

Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei

Tongji University

POREEN PROJECT

Partnering Opportunities Between Europe and China in the Renewable Energies and Environmental Industries

 

WORKSHOP ON CHINA AND THE GOOD GOVERNANCE OF THE MARKETS IN THE LIGHT OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

 

Beijing, China

23rd July 2013, 1:30 pm – 7:30 pm

1:30 – 1:45 Registration

1:45 – 2:00 Welcoming speeches

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), POREEN Global Vice-coordinator and Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy

2:00 – 2:25

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), POREEN Global Vice-coordinator and Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy

How to integrate the Good Governance Concepts in the context of the Global Governance and Law

2:25 – 2:50

SHENG Jianming, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), School of Law, Beijing

The Dispute Settlement System under the WTO and a Better Governance of China’s Trade Policies

2:50 – 3:15

JIE Fu, Toulouse Business School

An Institution-Based View of Global Competitiveness and the Internationalization Process for Chinese Multinationals

3:15 – 3:40

XIAO Fengjuan, School of Finance of the Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) in Beijing

Good Governance in Balance of Payment to Pass Through the Global Financial Crisis (2008-2010)

3:40 – 4:10 – ROUND TABLE

4:10 – 4:20 – Break

4:20 – 4:45

Morena SKALAMERA, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, Belfer Center Program on Energy Geopolitics, Cambridge (USA) & University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) Turin (Italy)

The EU-Russian Changing Energy Dependence and the Sino-Russian Rapprochement

4:45 – 5:10

Sarah KUEN, Belgium Ministry of Environment & University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin, Italy

The Climate Change International Negotiations: a Case for Competition or Cooperation?

5:10 – 5:35

Elena CIMA, University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Beijing Normal University, Faculty of Law

Chinese Laws and Policies in the Raw Materials Sector

5:35 – 6:00

Angela MORIGGI, University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Beijing Normal University, Faculty of Law

Environmental Activism in China: Two Case Studies

6:00 – 6:25

Stefano CORVINO, Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati

The PRC Preferential Tax Regime for the Development of Environmental Technologies

6:25 – 6:50

Giulia IEMMOLO, Sustainability Unit Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati e Chair del CSR Forum of the European Chamber of Commerce in China

Responsible Supply Chain Management. Evidence from China

6:50 – 7:15

Andrea FILIPPETTI, National Research Council of Italy – CNR, University of London, Birkbeck College, and University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) Turin

Antonio PEYRACHE (The University of Queensland, Center for Productivity Analysis)

Vu THANH TRUNG (The University of Queensland, Center for Productivity Analysis)

Good Governance and Labour Productivity Growth in Chinese Provinces: The contribution of Foreign Direct Investments, Capital Investments and Technological Capabilities

7:15 – 8:00 Round Table

Elena CIMA, University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Beijing Normal University, Faculty of Law

Stefano CORVINO, Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati

Paolo FARAH, POREEN Global Vice-coordinator and Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy

XIAO Fengjuan, School of Finance of the Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) in Beijing

Andrea FILIPPETTI, National Research Council of Italy – CNR, University of London, Birkbeck College, and University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) Turin

JIE Fu, Toulouse Business School

Sarah KUEN, Belgium Ministry of Climate and Energy & University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin, Italy

Giulia IEMMOLO, Sustainability Unit Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati e Chair del CSR Forum of the European Chamber of Commerce in China

Angela MORIGGI, University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Beijing Normal University, Faculty of Law

Antonio PEYRACHE (The University of Queensland, Center for Productivity Analysis)

Morena SKALAMERA, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, Belfer Center Program on Energy Geopolitics, Cambridge (USA) & University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) Turin (Italy)

Vu THANH TRUNG (The University of Queensland, Center for Productivity Analysis)

8:00 Dinner for the Speakers

This workshop has been organized in partnership with the support of Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) and the European University Centre at Peking University (China)

This workshop is held at Peking University School of Government

The School of Government of Peking University is located in the Leo KoGuan Building 廖凯原楼.

The address is Northern Zhongguancun Road 中关村北大街

Take the subway Line 4 to East Gate of Peking University, Exit A.

This workshop has been organized by Paolo Davide Farah (POREEN Global Vice-Coordinator, Legal Work-Package Leader and Research Team Coordinator of University Institute of European Studies – IUSE, Turin, Italy) and has been implemented with funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme. Acronym of the Project: POREEN, coordinated by University of Macerata.

Agenda of the program, click here: POREEN WORKSHOP 23rd July 2013 def

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Agenda of the program, click here: 22nd July 2013 – LIBEAC Workshop def

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FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES

LIBERALISM IN BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE

 LIBEAC

 

Workshop on Political, Philosophical and Legal Aspects of Liberalism in a Comparative Perspective

Workpackages 2 & 4 – Beijing, China

22ndJuly 2013, 9:00 – 12:30 am

Consortium :

Aix-Marseille University (AMU), France

University Institute of European Studies (IUSE), Turin, Italy

University of Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro, Novara, Italy

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Resurgences, Marseille, France

Peking University, Beijing, China

Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Hokkaido University, Hokudai, Japan

Presentation

The LIBEAC project is among the few elite projects selected by the Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Commission inside the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7-PCRD). Inside the 2007-2013 50 billion euros FP7-PCRD, LIBEAC belongs to the category PEOPLE-IRSES project. This 588,000.00 IRSES project officially started the 1st January 2013 and finished the 31th December 2016. It aimed at improving international mobility of researchers among the world and especially between European countries (in the current case France, Italy and Czech Republic) and Third Countries partners countries (in the current case China) in order to foster the emergence of multidisciplinary and multicultural research network.

Short Summary:

Liberalism has, since earlier than the Enlightenment, implied at least the following two components: a component of economics and one of politics. Economic liberalism (at least in some of its most representative brands) assumes that the less the economy is controlled by the state, the more efficient auto-regulated free markets can be in terms of production and distribution of goods. Political liberalism, again at least most generally, assumes that the more citizens are free from control by the state, the more creative, responsible and auto-disciplined those free individuals can be in terms of production and diffusion of ideas and innovation. Economic liberalism may therefore, under given circumstances, equate to “Capitalism”; Political Liberalism may, also under given circumstances, equate to “Democracy”.

Inasmuch as some regard Liberalism as indeed being a Western Ideology, some structural correlation is often assumed between Economic Liberalism and Political Liberalism, as well as between Capitalism and Democracy: it goes at a par with the assumption that the more developed the economy in one country, the freer the persons living in this country. Now, does Liberalism truly work as a Western Ideology? And, in any case, is this correlation stable, in particular in the case of non-Western economies? Japan has been the first example, in the Meiji times, to face this dilemma. South Korea and Taiwan followed. And China is the most significant example in our times. If Liberalism works both at the level of expected economic welfare for the people and of political rights that it endows people with, shall we expect to observe such correlation in China as well? Is China an exception to the general “rule”, regarding its peculiar cultural background (notably its Confucian heritage) or is China a counter-example demonstrating that there is nothing as such a Rule, i.e. that the correlation between economic and social liberty purported by Liberalism is merely a matter of belief?

This symposium is participated by researchers belonging to the Framework of European Union Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC) coordinated by Aix-Marseille University.

8:00 – 8:30 Registration

9:00 – 9:30 Introduction

Jean-Yves HEURTEBISE, LIBEAC Global Vice-Coordinator at Aix-Marseille University (CEPERC-UMR 7304), France

Paolo FARAH, LIBEAC Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin, Italy

Panel

9:30 – 10:00

Jean-Yves HEURTEBISE, LIBEAC Vice-Coordinator at Aix-Marseille University (CEPERC-UMR 7304), Affiliate Scholar, Kotzmetski Global Collaboratory, Stanford University, & Visiting Assistant Professor at National Dong Hua University

Modernization Theory and Liberalism in China

10:00 – 10:30

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), LIBEAC Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin and EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Peking University School of Government

Globalization, Liberalism and Western Concepts of Intellectual Property Law : A Need of Protection of the Rights of Indigenous People and the Cultural Diversity in Contemporary World

10:30 – 11:00

Jean-Sébastien GHARBI, Aix-Marseille University (GREQAM-UMR 6579), & Marie Curie Fellow at Peking University, School of Government

Political Philosophy and Public Economics, A Comparative Analysis of Their Relation in the Eastern and Western Liberal Thoughts

11:00 – 11:30

BAI Guimei, Peking University, School of Law

The So-called Bilingual Education in Xinjiang Minority Autonomous Region

11:30 – 13:00

Round table and comments:

Paolo FARAH LIBEAC Research Team Coordinator at University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin

Jean-Sébastien GHARBI, Aix-Marseille University (GREQAM-UMR 6579)

BAI Guimei, Peking University, School of Law

Jean-Yves HEURTEBISE, LIBEAC Vice-Coordinator at Aix-Marseille University (CEPERC-UMR 7304)

ZHU Tianbiao, Peking University, School of Government.

This workshop has been organized with the support of Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) and the European University Centre at Peking University (China)

This workshop is held at Peking University School of Government

The School of Government of the Peking University is located in the Leo KoGuan Building 廖凯原楼.

The address is Northern Zhongguancun Road 中关村北大街

Take the subway Line 4 to East Gate of Peking University, Exit A.

Agenda of the program, click here: 22nd July 2013 – LIBEAC Workshop def

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Agenda of the program, click here: EPSEI WORKSHOP 21th July 2013 def

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FP7-PEOPLE-2010 IRSES

Marie Curie Irses

Consortium :

Università degli Studi di Torino

Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro

Lunds Universitet

Université de Provence

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo per i Cambiamenti Climatici SCARL

Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Tsinghua University

Tomsk State University

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

 

EPSEI PROJECT

Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments:

towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage

  

WORKSHOP ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS

 

Beijing, China

 

21st July 2013, 8:30 am – 7 pm

8:00 – 8:30 Registration

 

8:30 – 8:45 Welcoming speeches

Representative from the Italian Embassy in Beijing, China (to be confirmed)

 

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom) and EPSEI Global Vice-coordinator at University of Turin, Department of Law

 

SESSION ONE : THE INTERNATIONAL DEBATE ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

8:45 – 9:10

Jean-Yves HEURTEBISE, Aix-Marseille University, CEPERC – Research Center for Comparative Epistemology and Ergology (France) & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

 

Climate Change and Sustainability

9:10 – 9:35

Jonathan RIZZI, University Ca’ Foscari, Venice & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

 

Decision Support Systems as a multidisciplinary tool supporting decisional processes: from the environmental to the energetic and to the legislative sector

9:35 – 10:00

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom) and EPSEI Global Vice-coordinator at University of Turin, Department of Law

Climate Change, Environment and Energy from the Perspective of International Law and WTO Law: How to Use the General Exceptions of Article XX GATT

 

10:00 – 10:25

Elena CIMA, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio) & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

 

Renewable Energy Subsidies & the WTO. An Environmentally-Friendly Approach

 

10:25 – 11:00 ROUND TABLE

 

SESSION TWO : SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICY AND ENERGY INVESTMENT LAW IN CHINA

 

Chair: Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom) and EPSEI Global Vice-coordinator at University of Turin, Department of Law

 

11:00 – 11:20

Anastasia LIKHACHEVA, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

 

Russian-Chinese Freshwater Relations and the Impact on Geopolitics of Energy

11:20 – 11:40

WANG Anna, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing, China; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

A Critical Review of the Introduction of Carbon Tax into the Environmental Tax System in China

 

11:40 – 13:00  LUNCH BREAK FOR THE SPEAKERS

  

13:00 – 13:25

Margherita POTO, University of Turin, Department of Law

Toward Good Administration? A Comparative Assessment on Sustainable Energy Investments in Europe and China

13:25 – 13:50

Elisa RUOZZI, University of Turin, Department of Law

 

Sustainable Energy and Biofuels in China

13:50 – 14:15

Riccardo TREMOLADA, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi per l’Impresa e il Territorio & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

China’s Shale Gas Development: Trapped between the Absence of an Adequate Legal Enforcement and Environmental Degradation Risks

 

14:15 – 14:40

Lorenzo DI LUCIA, Lund University, Department of Environmental and Energy Systems Studies EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

 

Jingjing ZHANG, Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies  & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

 

The Chinese District Heating System: An Exploration of Potential Transition Pathways

 

14:40 – 15:05

Jingjing ZHANG, Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies  & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

 

Passive house technological innovation system in China

Round Table 15:05 – 15:30

15:30 – 16:00 BREAK

SESSION THREE : SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ANALYSIS: THE SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT TO DECISION MAKING IN EUROPE AND ASIA

16:00 – 1625

Daniele BROMBAL, University Ca Foscari, Venice & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

Policy Oriented Research in P.R. China: Answers not Open to Doubt?

 

16:25 – 16:50

CHEN Ying, Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

 

Science & Technology Advances about Energy Efficiency of Non-Renewable Energy

16:50 – 17:15

Maria Beatrice PAIROTTI,  University of Turin, Department of Economics

 

Strategic Environmental Assessment: Sustainable Energy Indicators

 

17:15 – 17:40

XIA Rui, Chinese Research Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES)

 

Development of Environmental Policy in China

 

17:40 – 18:05

WANG Shekun, Peking University School of Law and Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL.

 

Law and Regulations Regarding Scientific Support and Risk Analysis in China 

 

18:05 – 18:30

Nadia COGGIOLA, University of Turin Department of Law

 

Chinese Civil and Criminal Law on the Protection of Public Health and Environment: a Specific Focus on Asbestos

 

18:30 – 19:30 Round Table

Simone ARENA, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio) & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

Daniele BROMBAL, University Ca Foscari, Venice & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

CHEN Ying, Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

Elena CIMA, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio) & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

Nadia COGGIOLA, University of Turin Department of Law

Lorenzo DI LUCIA, Lund University, Department of Environmental and Energy Systems Studies & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom) and EPSEI Global Vice-coordinator at University of Turin, Department of Law

Jean-Yves HEURTEBISE, Aix-Marseille University, CEPERC – Research Center for Comparative Epistemology and Ergology (France) & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

Maria Beatrice PAIROTTI,  University of Turin, Department of Economics

Margherita POTO, University of Turin, Department of Law

Jonathan RIZZI, University Ca Foscari, Venice & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

Elisa RUOZZI, University of Turin, Department of Law

Riccardo TREMOLADA, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi per l’Impresa e il Territorio & EU Commission Marie Fellow at Chinese Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing China

WANG Anna, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

WANG Shekun, Peking University School of Law and Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL.

XIA Rui, Chinese Research Academy on Environmental Sciences (CRAES)

Jingjing ZHANG, Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies  & EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing (China)

This workshop has been organized in partnership with:

Università degli Studi di Torino

Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro

Lunds Universitet

Université de Provence

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo per i Cambiamenti Climatici SCARL

Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Tsinghua University

Tomsk State University

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

With the support of Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) and the European University Centre at Peking University (China)

This workshop is held at Peking University School of Government

The School of Government of the Peking University is located in the Leo KoGuan Building 廖凯原楼.

The address is Northern Zhongguancun Road 中关村北大街

Take the subway Line 4 to East Gate of Peking University, Exit A.

This workshop has been organized by Paolo Davide Farah (EPSEI Global Vice-Scientific Coordinator) and has been implemented with funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 269327 Acronym of the Project: EPSEI, Coordinated by University of Turin – Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza.

For any information about the EPSEI project and its objectives, please address your queries by email to: paolofarah@yahoo.com and visit the blog: https://paolofarah.wordpress.com/collaborative-research-projects

Agenda of the program, click here: EPSEI WORKSHOP 21th July 2013 def

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Paolo Davide Farah, Climate Change and Energy from the Perspective of International Law and International Trade Law”, Presentation at Guizhou University, Guiyang, China, 21st June 2013

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Paolo Davide Farah, “International Trade in a  Globalized and Interconnected World”, Presentation at Wuhan University School of Law, Wuhan, China, 20th June 2013

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