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On November 24, 2013, the Jawaharlal Nehru Chair in International Environmental Law, Jawaharlal University, and the Centre for Advanced Study on Courts and Tribunals in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank adopted the Amritsar Dialogue Statement on Green Courts and Tribunals. The statement was adopted as a sequel to the New Delhi Dialogue on the Role of Courts & Tribunals in the Changing Global Order, which took place on March 15, 2013. The six themes of the dialogue are: International Environmental Dispute Settlement; Judiciary & the Environment; Effectuating Access to Environmental Justice Through Green Courts & Tribunals; Role of a Judge in an Environmental Adjudication; Manifestations of Green Courts & Tribunals; and the Judges Dialogue. The statement underlined that it “sought to decipher and engage in futuristic global debate on some of the trends at work including growth in environment related disputes that has called for special adjudicatory mechanisms to resolve them.” Also, the statement underlined the dialogue process “would seek to examine the idea of an International Environment Court (IEC) as well as presents a possibility for an advanced collaborative research on cutting-edge issues of environmental dispute settlement with scholarly, judicial and other relevant global multilateral institutions that have common interest.”