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Pascal Lamy

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Alpbach, 29 August 2016 - Boosting Trade and Protecting the Earth: A Catch 22 for the 21st Century?

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Pascal Lamy, President emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute, debates at the European Forum Alpbach in Austria on the topic : Boosting World Trade and Protecting the Environment: A Catch 22 for the 21st Century?

Taking part at the conference:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CENTRE FOR TRADE AND ECONOMIC INTEGRATION, GRADUATE INSTITUTE, GENEVA      
FORMER DIRECTOR GENERAL, WTO - WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION; HONORARY PRESIDENT, NOTRE EUROPE - JACQUES DELORS INSTITUTE, PARIS      
PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA      
CHIEF EXECUTIVE, WWF-UK, SURREY      
BOARD MEMBER, ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, FORAUS - THE SWISS FORUM ON FOREIGN POLICY, ZURICH   CHAIR  
SENIOR POLICY FELLOW GLOBAL GOVERNANCE, FORAUS - THE SWISS FORUM ON FOREIGN POLICY, ZURICH; LECTURER, INSTITUTE FOR EUROPEAN GLOBAL STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF BASEL   CHAIR  
SCIENTIFIC STAFF, FOJ - SWISS FEDERAL OFFICE OF JUSTICE, BERNE; PH.D. CANDIDATE, UNIVERSITY OF BASEL   CHAIR  
ASSISTANT RESEARCHER, UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH   CHAIR  
LEGAL INTERN, FRUTIGEN

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