Annual Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy Lecture 2022

13 Oct 2022, 5.30PM–7.00PM
Campus Central - Room C3.04
Professor Andrea Schapper
Annual Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy Lecture 2022

This lecture will discuss how the Right to a Healthy Environment (R2HE) Coalition acted as a non-governmental “super-network” that persuaded and pressured state governments to recognize a new human right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment at the United Nations.

Speaker

Andrea Schapper is a Professor in International Politics at the University of Stirling. She currently works on an RSE-funded personal research fellowship project called “SuperSustainable” that examines how new forms of networked non-governmental actors, so-called “super-networks”, bring human rights and justice concerns into international negotiations to make environmental policies more sustainable.

Attend on campus or online

The Annual Centre of Environment, Heritage and Policy Lecture 2022 will take place in Campus Central Room C3.04. If you would like to attend the lecture online, please contact Clemens Hoffmann for the link.