The School of Law and the Harry Butler Institute of Murdoch University and Glen McLeod Legal are hosting a seminar on the potential of carbon farming in Western Australia.
The seminar will consider carbon farming in the context of a number of questions.
For example, what potential does carbon farming have, particularly in Western Australia? Is it conceivable that competing interests can be reconciled? What is the international and domestic legal framework around carbon farming?
To answer these questions the seminar will bring together scientists, legal academics, policymakers and experts from affected industries to learn and discuss.
The objective of the seminar will be to present a picture of the opportunities and challenges carbon farming presents in Western Australia.
The seminar will take place on 27 November 2019 from 2:30 – 7:00pm at Dexus Place, Level 16, 240 St George’s Terrace.
Entry for students is free. 3 CPD points in ‘Substantive Law’ are available.