All our webinars are available as certificate courses on ADB E-Learn. To access the eLearning course, select a webinar from the list below, and click on the the link on the right that directs you to the specific eLearn course. You will need to register for an account on ADB eLearn to log in and access the courses.
For the first time in the Asia-Pacific region, an expert panel will consider the proposed definition for the crime of ecocide.
To discuss success stories of cases filed and won by distinguished environmental advocates and to formally close the training program.
Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program: Environmental Law in Asia – Environmental Law Academics Panel from SA (Opportunities for Comparative Law)
To gather insights and best practices in international setting through comparison of environmental law teachings and practice.
Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program: Teaching Environmental Law Online - How to Design an Environmental Law Clinic – Experiences and Challenges
Participants will learn how to set up an Environmental Law Clinic as well as the experience and challenges of existing Environmental Law Clinic in the country.
Understand the key climate change issues and the latest pronouncements of the Supreme Court involving environmental issues.
In July 2021, Biffa Waste Services Ltd was fined £1.5 million for breaking export law, in what the judge called “reckless, bordering on deliberate.” Biffa’s latest breaches of export law uncovered by the Environment Agency involved rolling contracts to send vast amounts of waste to India and Indonesia. We will hear from Howard McCann, the barrister who handled the case, about this successful prosecution and the international cooperation that made it possible.
Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program: Role of Courts in addressing Environmental Protection in the Philippines
To discuss the roles of courts in addressing environmental protection issues. The session will also cover discussion on rules of procedures for environmental cases including the basics concepts of Writ of Kalikasan, Mandamus etc. and Climate Change.
To identify the strength and weakness of setting up an online teaching program as alternative method of teaching and discuss selected student engagement programs as enhancement to instructional strategies for the teaching of environmental law.
Gain insights on the best practices in teaching environmental law in international setting. Participants will discuss the essential elements of the syllabus, content and pedagogy in a syllabus for environmental law, practice in identifying and incorporating essential elements of content and pedagogy into existing syllabi and encourage group discussion to promote common sense of essential elements.
Our experts will provide an overview of environmental crime issues and the challenges of dealing with and prosecuting transnational environmental crime.
Webinar: Key Environmental Issues & Recent Developments in Environmental Law - Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program
This session enables participants to understand the key issues and development in environmental law.
Webinar: Methodology in the Teaching of Environmental Law - Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program
Participants will learn and discuss the standard syllabus in teaching environmental law and enhance their skills in crafting and developing their course syllabus.
To discuss issues and challenges in implementing an online environmental law class. The session will also tackle discussion on IT Support on how to better enhance online teaching experience for both students and faculty.
Webinar: State of Environmental Law in the Philippines (Evolution, Challenges, Prospects and Opportunities) - Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program
In this session, the resource speaker will provide inputs on the state of the environmental laws.
This is the launch of the Legal Education Board’s 12-week Environmental Law Teachers Online Training Program in support of its Revised Model Curriculum of the Basic Law Program (RMLC), which has provided for the mandatory teaching of environmental and natural resources law as a non-core subject in all Philippine law schools. The launch will be a two-part event beginning at 9 AM and ending at around 10:30 AM. The first part consists of inspirational messages, overview of the training, its objectives, and schedule. The second part is a brief discussion of the model curriculum for environmental law, followed by an interactive Q and A with participants and will end feedback session.
Join us on Thursday 9 September, as Environmental Law and Governance Expert, Matthew Baird, continues/expand his analysis of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) processes in Southeast Asia.
In this webinar, Matthew Baird discusses Environmental Impact Assessment in South East Asia, and examines environmental and social safeguards through the EIA process looking at the ten ASEAN member states.
In this webinar, Professor Amanda Kennedy from the Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of Law speaks on optimizing e-Learning resources she has developed on the core principles of environmental law. This focuses on parts 7-10 of the e-learning modules.
This lecture contains an overview on ASEAN biodiversity law by Patti Moore, one of the most experienced environmental lawyers in the region.
In this webinar, Professor Amanda Kennedy from the Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of Law speaks on optimizing e-Learning resources she has developed on the core principles of environmental law. This focuses on parts 4-6 of the e-learning modules.
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