The conditions stated herein regulate the use of the Internet Website "www.ie.edu" that Instituto de Empresa (hereinafter referred to as IE) places at the Users disposal (the User). Use of the Website presupposes the full acceptance at all times by the User of all the General Conditions of Use currently in force, for which reason if the User does not agree with any of the conditions established herein, he/she should not use this Website. IE reserves the right to modify these General Conditions of Use of the Website at any time or any other general or specific conditions, regulations for use, instructions or warnings that appear in this application. IE also reserves the right to suspend, interrupt or cease operating the Website at any moment.
The User recognises and accepts that access and use of the Website and/or its Contents take place freely and consciously under his/her own responsibility. Access to the Website and/or its Contents does not imply any kind of guarantee with regard to the aptness of the Website and/or its Contents for personal or specific use by Users. IE may establish limitation and/or additional conditions for the use of and/or access to the Website and/or its Contents, which should be observed by Users at all times.
The User agrees to make licit and appropriate use of the Website and its Contents, in accordance with applicable legislation, the General Conditions of Use of the Website, and generally accepted moral standards and public order. The User must abstain from (i) non-authorised or fraudulent use of the Website and its Contents; (ii) accessing or trying to access restricted resources or areas of the Website, without meeting the conditions required for said access; (iii) using the Website and/or it Contents for purposes that are illicit or illegal, contrary to the general conditions established herein or to good faith and public order, harmful to the rights and interests of third parties, or which may damage, overload or render inoperative the Website or prevent normal use or enjoyment of the Website; (iv) causing damage to IE systems, both physical and logical, or those of its suppliers or third parties
El Usuario reconoce y acepta que todos los derechos de propiedad industrial e intelectual sobre los Contenidos y/o cualesquiera otros elementos insertados en el Sitio Web (incluyendo sin limitación, marcas, logotipos, nombres comerciales, textos, imágenes, gráficos, diseños, sonidos, bases de datos, software, diagramas de flujo, presentación, "look-and-feel", audio y vídeo), pertenecen a IE y/o a terceros. En ningún caso el acceso al Sitio Web implica ningún tipo de renuncia, transmisión, licencia o cesión total ni parcial de dichos derechos, salvo que se establezca expresamente lo contrario.
Javier de Cendra is Dean of the IE Law School. He is also honorary senior research fellow at University College London (Faculty of Laws and Energy Institute), visiting professor at KU Leuven, legal expert at the Malta Forum on Legal Issues of Adaptation to Climate Change, and member of the international advisory board of CEID Colombia.
Javier specializes in environmental and energy law, with a particular focus on climate change. Climate change is an extremely dynamic and innovative area of environmental law, generating pressing dilemmas that demand urgent legal and regulatory solutions. In his PhD, Javier explored the role of legal principles in shaping the distributional consequences of climate change and climate change policies. His main interest therein was to suggest legal solutions with the potential to strike a good balance between the needs of the environment and of society, of different countries and of people of present and future generations. Javier has engaged intensively in research and consultancy on climate change and energy law. He has participated in several European projects, and contributes regularly to the Malta Forum on Legal Issues on Adaptation to Climate Change, an academic body that provides legal advice on climate change adaptation. As a consultant, he has produced reports on climate change law and policy for the European Commission (DG Clima) and the British government.
Javier has published (as single author and as co-editor) three books and many academic articles in journals such as the Yearbook of International Environmental Law, the Journal of Environmental Law, Climate Law, Climate Policy, the Journal of European Consumer Law, and RECIEL. He has presented papers at conferences such as the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Annual Colloquia and the Global Conferences on Environmental Taxation. He is member of the editorial board of the journal Frontiers of Legal Research, and acts as expert reviewer for many academic journals, including Climate Law, Climate Policy, Transnational Environmental Law, RECIEL, and others.
Lee,M., Armeni,C., De Cendra, J.,Chaytor,S.,Lock,S.,Maslin,M., Redgwell,C., Rydin,Y.
Journal of Environmental Law, Vol 25 (1): 33-62 , 2013
de Cendra de Larragán, J.
George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law, Vol 3: 240-247 , 2012
de Cendra de Larragán, J.
Climate Policy, 12(S1), 6-27 , 2011