Charlas con café: 'Protection of Nature and a New Constitution for Chile: Lessons of the Public Trust Doctrine'

When: April 23, 2021 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Center for Latin American Studies, Spring 2021 virtual Charlas con café is a weekly space to hear lectures from a wide variety of experts and discuss topics relevant to the Latin American region, Fridays from 1-2 p.m. (unless otherwise specified).

"Protection of Nature and a New Constitution for Chile: Lessons of the Public Trust Doctrine" with Carl Bauer, Dominique Hervé and Matías Guiloff

Carl Bauer is a professor in the University of Arizona School of Geography, Development & Environment, and has studied water law and political economy in Chile since 1990.

Dominique Hervé teaches environmental law at Diego Portales University Law School. Her research involves environmental enforcement, environmental justice and legal issues related to climate change.

Matías Guiloff teaches administrative law at Diego Portales University Law School. His research concerns the role of law in the areas of water rights regulation, land use regulation and environmental law.


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Campus: Virtual

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United States
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Requests for disability-related accommodations should be directed to the event's primary contact: Andrea Bennett