2011 Wildlife Conference
June 8-10, 2011
University of Granada
International Environmental Law Section
American Branch, International Law Association
The 13th International Wildlife Law Conference will be held in historic Granada, Spain. Hosted by the University of Granada Faculty of Law, the conference brings together wildlife law experts from throughout the world. The keynote speakers include Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, executive secretary of the Convention on Migratory Species in Bonn, Germany, and Marc Pallemaerts, a professor at the University of Amsterdam and head of the Environmental Governance Research Programme, Institute for European Environmental Policy.
Other speakers will cover legal and policy developments related to topics such as:
• Marine and Aquatic Pollution Regimes
• The Effectiveness of Multilateral Agreements
• Convention on Migratory Species
Wednesday evening will conclude with a reception at the Carmen de la Victoria, which provides a magnificent view of the Alhambra and an opportunity to discuss wildlife law issues in greater depth with the speakers and other attendees.
TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Conference participants must make their own travel and lodging arrangements. Several airlines (including Iberia) serve the Granada airport. Alternatively, you may also wish to fly into Málaga or Madrid. For travel options, please see here.
There are a number of hotels, hostels, and other lodging options within walking distance (or taxi) of the University of Granada Faculty of Law. For example, you might consider the Alixares Hotel, or the Meliá Granada. For additional lodging options, please see this helpful website.