Recap of The 2013 Third ASEAN Chief Justices Roundtable on Environment
Session 7: An ASEAN Vision on Justice, Governance, and the Rule of Law for Environmental Sustainability led by ASEAN Chief Justices
Session 6: ASEAN Environmental Law Challenge No. 4: Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment
19 Nov 12
The judiciary plays a key role in achieving sustainable development by upholding and enforcing environmental laws. In developing Asia, ADB is helping countries promote green justice through knowledge sharing and capacity building.
04 Dec 13
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – An Asian Judges Network on Environment has been formally launched in Manila, marking a new stage of cooperation amongst justices cast with enforcing environmental laws and helping to preserve the region’s precious natural capital. “Chief Justices and their senior judiciary play a critical role in improving environmental enforcement and strengthening the rule… Read More…
07 Jul 13
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Asian judges proposed creation of an Asian Judges Network on the Environment to improve the quality of court rulings on environment and natural resource cases in the region at a seminar held at the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
30 Nov 13
by Justice Richard Malanjum Chief Judge, Sabah and Sarawak cum Justice of the Federal Court of Malaysia Third ASEAN Chief Justices Roundtable on Environment (15 – 18 November 2013, Bangkok) Commentary: For two days, from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. ASEAN Chief Justices or their representatives had fruitful discussions on environmental issues with special reference to… Read More…