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Energy & Environment

Professor Farah is an international expert in the interaction among trade, economic globalization and non-trade concerns, such as sustainable development, energy, environment and human rights with a special focus on China and other Asian countries. His recent presentations include:

“China’s Endeavor toward an Ecological Civilization: From Theory to Practice in a Global Concern” at the Institute for Global Law and Policy – IGLP Annual Conference 2015 at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, USA, June 1-2, 2015

“China and the Exploitation of Natural Resources: Sovereignty or Regional and International Concern?” at the 2015 ILA International Law Association – ASIL American Society of International Law – Asia-Pacific Research Forum “Integrating the Asia-Pacific: Why International Law Matters?”, organized by the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, May 25-26, 2015

“Global Governance and Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Information Society: at the Crossroads of Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation” at The 12th Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Annual Conference – “Law 2.0: New Challenges in Asia” held at the Asian Law Institute (ASLI) and the National Taiwan University (NTU), May 21 – 22, 2015

“Toward an Ecological Civilization in China” at the UPEACE Research Colloquium 2015, Peaceful Coexistence: Genders, Natures and Technologies in the Anthropocene, United Nations Mandate-University for Peace, San José, Costa Rica, April 27-30, 2015