Environmental & Climate Law
Online Session |
07.06.2021 |
Online |
Language: English

Getting to Zero: Climate Change Mitigation and Land Use

Achieving ‘net-zero GHG emissions’ (or ‘climate neutrality’) has become one of the most relevant targets of climate mitigation policies worldwide. In this context, the ‘land sector’ plays a crucial role.

Join us for a online session to discuss our recent Special Issue which sheds light on how legislation in the land sector can contribute to achieving ‘net-zero’ GHG emissions through case studies and analyses of legal frameworks in multiple countries.

The Special Issue was prepared through a collaboration of members of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL)’s Climate Change Specialists Group (CCSG). It was Guest Edited by Fabiano de Andrade Correa and Christina Voigt.

Participate from wherever you are – high-quality content delivered to your (home) office. This is your first online course with Lexxion? Don’t worry, here’s a quick guide.

Participation is free of charge. To save your seat, please click ‘REGISTER’ below.

It will take place on 7 June, 14:00 – 15:30 CET.

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    Overview

    Achieving ‘net-zero GHG emissions’ (or ‘climate neutrality’) has become one of the most relevant targets of climate mitigation policies worldwide. In this context, the “land sector” plays a crucial role.

    Join us for a online session to discuss our recent Special Issue which shed light on how legislation in the land sector can contribute to achieving “net-zero” GHG emissions through case studies and analyses of legal frameworks in multiple countries.

    The Special Issue was prepared through a collaboration of members of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL)’s Climate Change Specialists Group (CCSG). It was Guest Edited by Fabiano de Andrade Correa and Christina Voigt.

    Online Course

    During the online course by Lexxion Publisher all speakers present live via video and audio. Participants are actively involved in the online courses. By offering our participants the possibility to use their microphones and cameras during the whole course, we aim to recreate the atmosphere of a face-to-face Lexxion course. We encourage our participants to ask questions in real time and to take part in live discussions with speakers and other participants. Additionally, we offer breakout sessions, as part of this format, where participants work in smaller groups on real-life cases and exercises. During these exercises, participants have the technical possibility to see other group members and talk to them (using microphone and camera). Moreover, we make use of different interactive features of the online platform, such as polls, multiple choice questions and quizzes. This way participants can test their knowledge on the topic, anonymously. There are ample opportunities for the participants to present their own problematic issues, discuss and solve them with the speakers and participants from other Member States.

    How to Join the Course Online

    Zoom is the platform for online participation in this course. In order to join the course online, please check your device compatibility first.

    What do I need in order to join the course online?

    • Speakers, Microphone; Camera is possible, if you would like to be seen during the course
    • A wired connection is strongly recommended.
    • If your internet connection doesn´t work, you can join the course by telephone, using a dial-in number. In this case there might be additional telephone costs.

    Minimum system requirements are as follows:

    • Operating System: Windows 7 or later; Mac OS X 10.12 or later, Linux.
    • Browser: The most recently-published versions of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Safari, or Opera.
    • High-speed internet: A consistent, high-speed connection is required. Mobile tethering, hotspots, slow or inconsistent public Wi-Fi networks may create latency when using video conferencing.

    How do I join the course online?

    • Choose the computer from which you would like to follow the course.
    • Please install the zoom, if not done yet. Install here.
    • Please test your microphone and camera in advance. For this, follow these instructions.
    • Open the Zoom App, click on “Join a Meeeting”, enter your full name, so that we could recognise you, enter the ID and the Passcode, which we sent you, and wait in the waiting room, until our host will let you in.
    • Alternatively, it is possible to use Zoom through browser or through skype for business. BUT! Some functions are not available in these versions, therefore we highly recommend using the downloaded App.
    • Use your headset and camera.

    FAQ for Online Participation

    Why do I need to register before the course starts?
    Thank you for registering! This not only helps us to communicate with you in regard to technical issues but it
    helps you to network with your fellow course participants.

    Will the course be recorded?
    Please ask the responsible event manager.

    Do I need a camera?
    It is recommended to have a camera for more comfortable communication with the speakers and other participants.

    Do I need a microphone?
    Since this is an interactive course, yes.

    Do I need to install anything?
    Yes, you should install Zoom app here.

    Can I ask questions during the course?
    Yes, you can ask your questions live by using your microphone. You can speak to all participants at the same time as you may have experienced in Skype.

    When can I enter the course I’m attending?
    Please enter Zoom 10 minutes before start. Our host will let you in in due time.

    May I leave the course and come back later?
    Yes, just log in at a later time during the course.

    May I access via Phone?
    Yes, you can. Participating via phone means you can listen only.

    Can’t find invitation?
    Please check your spam-folder. You should also ask your colleague from the IT department to ‘whitelist’ us. For more details please ask the corresponding event manager, who will be happy to help you.

    What are the detailed System requirements?
    All requirements can be found here.

    I failed the Audio Output System Test – what can I do?
    If you are using headphones or external speakers, try unplugging them. Please unmute your device. Test your speakers here to find out if they work.

    I would like to participate but I’m waiting for an approval. Can I order a ticket on the day of the course?
    Sure. Please message events@lexxion.eu.

    My email address has changed – can I still participate?
    Sure. Please provide us with your updated email adress, you will then receive a new invitation.

    How do I contact the host of the course?
    events@lexxion.eu is happy to help you.

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