EU Enlargement, Neighbourhood Policy, and Environmental Democracy

Friday November 04

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Fri Nov 04 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM 108N, North House


Stephen Stec
Central European University, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy Centre for Environment and Security

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A lawyer by profession, Stephen Stec’s career has straddled academia and international development assistance, having worked in countries in transition (primarily Central and Eastern Europe) on issues related to environmental governance, sustainable development policy development, human rights and the environment, and environmental security. He serves as Director of the Environmental Security Program of the Center for Environment and Security (CENSE) and Adjunct Professor at Central European University (Budapest), and is a fellow of the Institute for East European Law and Russian Studies at Leiden University (Netherlands). An author of several books and numerous academic publications, he most recently edited ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES TO SECURITY (Springer: 2009), and is currently finishing a second edition of THE AARHUS CONVENTION: AN IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE (UN: 2000; 2d ed. forthcoming 2012).

Mr. Stec studied at Kenyon College, the Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland School of Law, and Central European University. In 2007 Mr. Stec was a co-recipient of the Rule of Law Award.

Co-sponsored by

European Union Centre of Excellence
Hungarian Studies Program