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RULNAT WORKSHOP June 30 - July 2


Ruling on Nature.
Animals and the Environment before the Court

30 June - 2 July 2022

Campus Condorcet, Bâtiment de Recherche Sud, room 0.033 (ground floor)
5 cours des Humanités
(Métro line 12, station : Front Populaire)

General Schedule

Thursday, June 30

9.30 am : Coffee and welcome
10am-12.30 pm : Monitoring and Punishing
Vanessa Manceron (CNRS, LESC) & Giovanni Gugg (Rulnat, LAPCOS) : The Vigilantes of the Dawn. Ethnography of Bird Protection Activism in the Naples area, Italy
Gaëlle Ronsin (ENS, CAK) & Jérôme Michalon (CNRS, Triangle) : Exceptional or Routinized Judiciarization ? Registers of Expertise and Mobilization about the Judgment of Mistreatments on Seals
Discussant : Véronique Bouillier (CNRS, CEIAS)
12.30pm – 2pm : pause
2pm- 5pm : The Rights of Nature
Mihnea Tanasescu (University of Bruxelles) : Understanding the Rights of Nature : A Critical Introduction
Claire Duboscq (Rulnat, CERI) : Judicializing Colombia’s Nature : Making a Nation through Law ?
Pierre Brunet (University La Sorbonne) : Rights of Nature : A Multilevel Tool Box
Discussant : Isacco Turina (University of Bologna)

Friday, July 1
10am-12.30pm : Scientific Expertise and the Court
Daniela Berti (CNRS,CEH) : Connecting Tigers : Scientific Reports and Wildlife Politics in India
Sandrine Revet (CERI, SciencesPo) : Equipping One’s Claim. Expertise and Protection of the Rights of Nature and of Local Communities in the Atrato Region of Colombia
Discussant : Carolina Angel Botero (University of Los Andes, Bogota)

12.30pm – 2pm : pause
2pm-5pm : Of Categories and Definitions
Ritwick Dutta (National Green Tribunal, LIFE) : India’s Three Pest Campaign : Implications of Categorising Animals as Vermins
Mara Benadusi (University of Catania) : Running Amok. Wildness, Domestication and Captivity in Legal Struggles over Proboscideans in Sri Lanka
Anthony Good (University of Edinburgh) : Wildcats or Wind Farms ? Competing Environmental Priorities in Rural Scotland
Discussant : Joëlle Smadja (CNRS, CEH)

Saturday, July 2
10am-12.30 pm : Activism and the Use of Law
Pia Bailleul (Rulnat, CEH) : Radioactive Minerals in Greenland : Geological, Legal and Political Fluctuations of Nuclearity (1950-2022)
Karine Peschard (Geneva Academy of IHLH) : Seed Activism : Challenging Biotech Patents in the Courts in Brazil and India
Discussant : Chiara Letizia (University of Montréal)

contacts : (Daniela Berti, Vanessa Manceron, Sandrine Revet)

Workshop web site https: link
Workshop abstracts