Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Ana Cláudia Carvalho Campina

Portugal 

Keynote Title: “Human Rights in the environmental policy of the European Union


Abstract: The Humanity faces its highest challenge, despite dangerous disregard from people, states and international organizations, although all politics, education and official and non-official entities and structures: maintain the environmental sustainability and avoid the destruction of the planet by the human behavior changing our planet provoking absolutely frightening and dangerous (millions) deaths.

As Human Rights (fundamental and procedural rights) the environment has to be in the top of the concerns and due this, one of the most important legal measure was the Paris Agreement (UN, 2015) adopted by 196 countries, binding legally and aiming to prevent the climate change, limit global warming and reach global peaking of greenhouse gas emissions. However, the time is running, and the situation is being achieving the limit to the Planet and to the Humanity.

The European Union has some of the highest environment standards developed by policies, since economic concern, protection of natural resources, working to be legal, political and social safeguards of the health and wellbeing of people from their states members. However, more than an objective, the policies and the legal demands, particularly the European Environment Agency and European Institutions are working to improve its own environment performance in straight connection with International Organizations and states, as safeguarding citizens from environment-related pressures and risk to health.

Our research aims to analyze the climate change as a global problem, considering that in similitude with all over the world, from global politics and business to the climate change and the food eaten, the European Union is particularly protecting the environment sustainable as Human Right treated as a higher priority, as the scenario is becoming worst with more than 400 deaths per year in Europe due the different environment deterioration.

Short Bio Ana Campina: PhD Human Rights; Political Scientist; Professor in Law Department – Universidade Portucalense (UPT), Porto; Researcher in IJP Portucalense Institute for Legal Research; Lecturer of UNESCO Chair in Youth, Education and Society; Lecturer of Gonçalves Dias Chair – Brazil.
Email: ana.campina@gmail.com – ORCID (Researcher ID): https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0820-1280

Prof. Dr. Carlos Rodrigues
Portugal 

Keynote Title: “Human Rights in the environmental policy of the European Union


Abstract: The Humanity faces its highest challenge, despite dangerous disregard from people, states and international organizations, although all politics, education and official and non-official entities and structures: maintain the environmental sustainability and avoid the destruction of the planet by the human behavior changing our planet provoking absolutely frightening and dangerous (millions) deaths.

As Human Rights (fundamental and procedural rights) the environment has to be in the top of the concerns and due this, one of the most important legal measure was the Paris Agreement (UN, 2015) adopted by 196 countries, binding legally and aiming to prevent the climate change, limit global warming and reach global peaking of greenhouse gas emissions. However, the time is running, and the situation is being achieving the limit to the Planet and to the Humanity.

The European Union has some of the highest environment standards developed by policies, since economic concern, protection of natural resources, working to be legal, political and social safeguards of the health and wellbeing of people from their states members. However, more than an objective, the policies and the legal demands, particularly the European Environment Agency and European Institutions are working to improve its own environment performance in straight connection with International Organizations and states, as safeguarding citizens from environment-related pressures and risk to health.

Our research aims to analyze the climate change as a global problem, considering that in similitude with all over the world, from global politics and business to the climate change and the food eaten, the European Union is particularly protecting the environment sustainable as Human Right treated as a higher priority, as the scenario is becoming worst with more than 400 deaths per year in Europe due the different environment deterioration.

Short Bio Carlos Rodrigues: PhD European Tax Law; Professor in Universidade Fernando Pessoa (UFP), Porto, Portugal; Visiting Professor in SVTFaculdade – Brazil; Researcher in IJP Portucalense Institute for Legal Research; Lecturer of Gonçalves Dias Chair – Brazil; Ex-Principal Advisor Tax and Customs Authority; Legal Consultant.
Email: carlos.rodrigues.2502@gmail.com – ORCID (Researcher ID): https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0966-6274

Prof. Dr. Ilija Nasov

Skopje, Northern Macedonia

Keynote Title: PVT collector for combined heat and power generation


Abstract: Will be announce…


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