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Fifth Annual Martz Spring Symposium

Environmental Law & Policy under the Trump Administration Wednesday, March 21st Wolf Law Building, Wittemyer Courtroom (CLE credits applied for) A diverse set of experts will address the consequences of new interpretations of environmental regulations at the federal level, associated litigation, and how Tribal, state and local governments, as well as market forces, are responding. We will conclude the Symposium with an Oxford-style debate that is sure to be both informative and entertaining! Attendees will be invited to cast votes pre- and post-debate. The debate is free & open to the public but registration is still required. Our guests will debate the following statement: The proposed changes to regulations and changes in enforcement priorities at the EPA will roll back gains made in recent years in protecting human health and the environment. Paul Billings, American Lung Association, Washington DC Emily Fisher, Edison Electric Institute, Washington DC More information, agenda, and registration available at: https://www.colorado.edu/law/research/gwc/events



Event Details

Website https://www.colorado.edu/law/research/gwc/events
Speakers The keynote address will be given by David Spence, the Herbert Kelleher Professor of Energy Law, University of Texas Austin. To date, other speakers include: -Gov. Bill Ritter, Center for New Energy Economy, -Megan Ceronsky, Center for Environme
CLE Credits
General: 0
Ethics: 0