2018 Malta Legal Forum on Climate Change

Friday 11 May

08.30 – 09.00

Registration Coffee and Tea

09.00 – 09.15

Welcome Kurt Deketelaere (Sustainability College Bruges)

09.15 – 10.30

Session 1 - Climate Change Legal Issues 
Chair Simone Borg (University of Malta)

Panelists :

* Valentina Jacometti (University of Insubria), on Climate Change Litigation Trends

* Marleen Van Rijswick (Utrecht University), on Climate Change Adaptation

* Thomas Schomerus and Pim Derwort (Leuphana University of Lüneburg), on Experimental Legislation in the German Renewable Energies Act

* Daniel Rincon (DEME), on Deap-Sea Mining Regulatory Challenges

10.30 – 11.00

Coffee / Tea and Photoshoot

11.00 – 12.15

Session 2 - National Scenario for Climate Impact
Chair : Chien-Te Fan (NTHU)

Panelists :

* Helen Fischer (University of Heidelberg), on Cognitive information for low carbon development

* Je-Liang Liou (Chung-Hua Institution Economic Research, CIER), on Response measures of Taiwan LEDS

* Shih-Ming Chung (ITRI), on Taiwan Low carbon development for long-term strategies

12.15 – 13.15


13.15 – 14.30

Session 3 - Climate Change Legal Issues
Chair : Chien-Te Fan (NTHU)

Panelists :

* Anton Ming-Zhi Gao (NTHU), on A critical review on energy transition legal regime in Taiwan

* Ren-Chuan Kao (NTHU), on Climate Change and Coastal Zone Management in Taiwan:  The Planning-based Regulatory Approach

* Chen-An Lien (ITRI), on Climate finance and technology development in Taiwan

* Yu-Jie Chen (NTHU), on Environmental Justice in Developing Countries.

* Sharu Luo (NTHU), on Developing the REC Scheme in Taiwan: Lessons from US and Germany.

14.30 – 15.00

Coffee / Tea and Photoshoot

15.00 – 16.15

Session 4 - Climate Change Legal Issues
Chair : Michael Faure (Maastricht University)

Panelists :

* Stefano Fanetti (University of Insubria), on Recent developments on biofuels

* Raf Callaerts (University of Leuven), on Energy Storage and Flexibility

* Jakub Sokolowski (University of Warsaw), on Renewable energy prosumers

16.15 – 16.30

Conclusions by Kurt Deketelaer​e, followed by farewell reception