Climate Change Issues And Water Preservation: From EU Law To International And US Law
The research will start from the analysis of the EU regulatory framework to deepen the International and US Law and through a multidisciplinary survey it will aim at establishing whether there are already means potentially suitable to ensure the compatibility between the production and climate change issue and water rights, or whether, in a de jure condendo perspective, it would be also necessary to introduce corrections or new means.
Law Degree from the University of Rome, (Italy), in 1996. PhD in "Environmental and European Food Law" at the University of Pisa-"Scuola Superiore di San Anna" School of Law, (Italy), in 2001.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
From July 7, 2015 to August 9, 2015
water preservation, climate change, EU, USA, International and US Law
Environmental Law | Law
Bruno, Francesco, "Climate Change Issues And Water Preservation: From EU Law To International And US Law" (2015). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 21.