Please join the Environmental Law Society for the 2017 UC Davis Environmental Law Symposium. This free event sponsored in partnership with the John Muir Institute of the Environment and the California Environmental Law & Policy Center will address the challenges and opportunities associated with California's climate legislation; JMIE director Benjamin Houlton and Center for Watershed Sciences director Jay Lund will participate:
The Future of California Climate Law & Policy: View to 2030
When: Friday March 10, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Where: UC Davis School of Law--Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom (King Hall 1001)
Free & Open to the Public - MCLE Credit Available
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The 2017 UC Davis Environmental Law Symposium will explore California’s role as a prominent national and international climate leader by bringing together legal and policy authorities from government agencies, academia, business, industry, nonprofit organizations, private practice, and individual communities. The day-long event will feature panels addressing the challenges and opportunities associated with California’s bold new climate legislation; the relationship between climate change, agriculture, and water scarcity; legal and policy strategies to promote zero emission vehicles and alternative transportation systems; and the future of our state’s distinctive climate change “foreign policy.” Each panel will address the potential impacts of President Trump’s political agenda on California climate law and policy.
2017 Symposium presented by The Environmental Law Society and ENVIRONS: Environmental Law & Policy Journal at UC Davis School of Law in partnership with the UC Davis John Muir Institute of the Environment and the California Environmental Law & Policy Center. For more information, please contact Sophie Wenzlau at email@example.com.