International Legislative Committee
The International Legislative Committee finds and acts upon opportunities to advance international law within WGGO’s mission. The committee plans and organizes work according to legislative schedule, priorities, or standard procedures. The Committee initiates studies and make recommendations for environmental policymakers, encouraging the development and codification of progressive international law.
- Discuss topics like environmental protection in relation to armed conflicts, general principles of law, the protection of industrial property, environment policy, climate change, youth and climate action, iInternational humanitarian law and environmental policy, gender and inclusion in the energy industry, property and land, agriculture and water regulations and eco waste policies, among other topics.
- The committee considers the findings of special reports, working groups, study groups, the Drafting Committee, the Planning Group as well as any other matters that may require consideration by the Committee as a whole.
- Decides in plenary to refer proposed draft provisions to the Drafting Committee and to adopt provisional or final draft provisions and commentaries.
- Meet, organize, and prioritize the goals to be achieved during the year.
- Manage investments to achieve our goals.
- Be in charge of funding the committee.
- Not engage in any political campaign activity, supporting or opposing any candidate for public office.
It is imperative to discuss topics like challenges facing national enforcement of policies and communication between regulatory agencies. Also, to discuss environment policy, climate change, youth and climate action, international humanitarian law and environment policies, gender and inclusion in the energy industry, property and land, agriculture and water regulations, including energy and eco waste policies, and others.