INDUSTRIAL ANIMAL AGRICULTURE AND LEGAL ACCOUNTABILITY: LEVERAGING LAWS IN THE U.S. AND CHINA TO PROTECT HUMANS, ANIMALS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: 产业化畜牧业与法律责任：运用法律保护人类、动物和环境 - 中美经验
8:00am - 10:00am
9 月 15 日，美国东部时间上午 8 点/北京时间晚上 8 点
The U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law and the Animal Law and Policy Institute at Vermont Law and Graduate School and Koguan School of Law at Shanghai Jiaotong University have partnered on a year-long project to examine the local and global impacts of factory farming. The project involves collaborations between students, faculty, and subject-matter experts from around the world through research seminars and webinars that will result in a legislative proposal.
Panelists in our second webinar shared how the principles of One Health can help protect humans, animals, and the environment; lessons learned from the U.S.’s failure to regulate the factory farming industry; and other efforts to protect animals in China while discussing policy proposals to ensure meaningful legal oversight of industrial animal agriculture in the U.S. and China.
Siu Tip Lam, moderator, director of the U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law and Professor of Law at Vermont Law and Graduate School.
Huiyu (Joy) Zhao, associate professor of environmental and natural resource law at Koguan School of Law, Shanghai Jiaotong University. She recently published "Animal Welfare Law in the Risk Society."
Laura Fox JD/MELP'13, director of the Farmed Animal Advocacy Clinic and Visiting Professor of Law at Vermont Law and Graduate School.
Feng Ge, senior attorney in China, and adjunct professor of Ecological Governance in China at Vermont Law and Graduate School. An experienced attorney worked with Friends of Nature and other environmental NGOs in China to promote Environmental Public Interest Litigation in China, she regularly represents the U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law in China.
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