For the Wadden Sea, could a Rights of Nature approach be promising for strengthening the protection of natural values in this area? Prof. Dr. Tineke Lambooy LL.M. (Professor of Business Law at Nyenrode Business University) explored this issue together with fellow researchers Tessa van Soest and Ignace Breemer.
Gender stereotypes are the biggest barrier facing women in corporate jobs according to new research from Nyenrode Business University. According to the researchers, Rosalien van 't Foort-Diepeveen, Aikaterini Argyrou and Tineke Lambooy key barriers identified.
This week, on May 26, 2021, in a first-of-its-kind judgment worldwide, the Court orders Shell to reduce its CO2 emissions by 45% by the end of 2030. The Shell case provides an ideal forum to debate the future of corporate climate responsibility worldwide. Professor Tineke Lambooy and Andreas Hoesli LL.M. explain why the court's decision in highly remarkable in many ways...
We should attempt to treat nature as a heritage site and look after it for future generations", say professor Dr Tineke Lambooy. She discusses why granting legal personhood to entities of nature could enable society to protect biodiversity.
Due to differences in interests, lack of transparency and the lack of representation, nature in the Netherlands is not optimally protected. Establishing natural legal entities may offer a solution. Prof Dr Tineke Lambooy, LLM, Corporate Law Professor at Nyenrode is doing innovative research into ‘natural legal entities’, as part of her research into ‘Rights of Nature’ in the Netherlands.