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Event 24 Jun. 2020
Mexico City Partner Gabriela Alvarez Avila will speak on a webinar panel entitled, “ISDS and Climate Change Policies: A barrier, facilitator, or neither,” as part of the American Society of International Law’s (ASIL’s) 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting. The session will take place online on Thursday, June 25 at 10:15am (EDT).
The panel will explore, in the context of states’ environmental policies, the balance between compensable investment claims where investors’ expectations have been impacted by climate policies, and non-compensable claims resulting from states’ climate policies. Panelists will also discuss the impact of ISDS on achieving internationally agreed-upon climate change goals and individual states’ policies, including the potential for ISDS to impede or facilitate green energy projects.
Registered attendees can find more information and join Thursday’s broadcast at www.asil.org/2020VAM.
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