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Daniela Morales Cabral
Lawyer Macías Gómez & Asociados Abogados de Colombia.
Period of stay: April 2014
Areas of research CEDAT the Right and migration. Tradable permits as an option for sustainable environmental control in Colombia.
Jonatan Jorge Guille
Student of Masters in Management of Sustainable Development, Faculty of Science Economiques et Commerciales of the University of Vigo, Spain
Period of stay: from mid-September to October 2014.
Areas of research CEDAT the Study of the figure of land stewardship.
Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Period of stay: From September 2014 to September 2015
Areas of research at CEDAT: Regulatory responses to threats of zoonotic diseases, animal health policy and political wetlands. In particular, the regulation of land use and the role it can play in promoting health and ethical issues that arise when there is a confrontation between conservation and human rights.
Associate Professor of Law at Lewis & Clark Law School. Porland, Oregon, United States
Period of stay: From 16 January to 10 April 2015.
Areas of research at CEDAT: The energy law (with a specific focus on legislation to promote renewable energy), national policies aimed at mitigating climate change, and pollution control laws of the United States.
Pau de Vilches Moragues
Associate Professor of International Law at the University of Balearic Islands, Spain
Period of stay: from 30 June to 13 July 2014.
CEDAT the research areas: environmental protection, especially from the perspective of human rights and the comparative study of Spanish and French cases.
Leslye Villegas Benavente
Qualified in Law, Assistant Coordinator institutional Web Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas UC Temuco, Chile
Period of stay: from 27 January to 28 March 2014.
CEDAT the areas of research: Study of environmental law from a positivist not respect national legislation but from an ethical point of view and filosòfico- law.