Thursday 18 November, the Room of Degrees ‘Rector Ramón Martín Mateo’ of the Faculty of Law of the University of Alicante hosted the day Climate change and green transition: a global challenge to the fundamental rights, organized by the Interuniversity Chair of New Green Transition. The day was led by José Chofre and the organizing committee was attended by José Ángel Camisón, Mar Esquembre and Adrián García Ortiz.
The inauguration of the day was attended by the Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning and Faculty of the UA, Luis Alfonso Martínez Giner, and the Second Vice President of the Generalitat and Minister of Housing and Bioclimatic Architecture, Héctor Illueca, along with José Chofre, Professor of Constitutional Law of the UA and director of the Chair.
Then, the round table ‘Climate change and green transition: a global challenge to fundamental rights’ took place, with Jorge Olcina, professor of Regional Geographic Analysis at the UA; Rubén Martínez Dalmau, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Valencia; Eduardo Salazar, environmental lawyer, doctor in Law and representative of the ILP Mar Menor Platform.
Next, the awards ceremony of the II Tutored Work Competition (TFG / TFM) of the Valencian universities of the Chair took place. Finally, the closing ceremony was attended by Marc Aparisi, Director General of Institutional Coordination of the Second Vice-Presidency, and Adrián García Ortiz, Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law at the UA and Secretary of the Chair at the UA.