International Center for Comparative Environmental Law (CIDCE)
International Center for Comparative Environmental Law (CIDCE)

Founding Year: 1982

Staff: 7

Budget:

Michel Prieur (President)

An international nongovernmental organization “created following the Center for Compared Law Studies in Strasbourg. It aims to to bring together “environmental lawyers from all around the world, to help the advancement of environmental law at international and regional meetings”. It has hosted by the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Environmental Law, Land and Urban Development (CRIDEAU), thematic team équipe of the OMIJ-EA 3177, Faculté de droit et des sciences économiques, of the University of Limoges.”

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International Center for Comparative Environmental Law (CIDCE) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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