International environmental law is at the forefront of the fight against climate change and the transition to a sustainable future.
From treaties to jurisprudence and doctrine, it offers a legal framework for promoting green economic systems. However, creating a balance between profit interests, social constraints, and environmental sustainability presents challenges.
In this episode, Dr. Chougrani El Houcine tells us more about the critical role of international law in paving the way for a better future!
Dr. El Houcine Chougrani is an Associate Professor of International Law and International Relations at the Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech. He is the Director of the Moroccan Observatory for Future Generations (MOROFUGE), a Member of the International Research Center for Crisis Management, and the General Director of the Arab Journal of International Law. His main research areas cover international environmental law, water, climate justice, and the rights of future generations. His professional experience also includes serving as Accountant General at the Ministry of Economy and Finance (2002-2014).