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Boston Lawyer Chapter: The Heat is On! Recent Developments in Federal Climate Change Regulation

Posted July 21, 2014 by

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm

John Adams Courthouse
One Pemberton Square, Suite 4100 Social Law Library, Special Collections Room
Boston, MA

Chapter(s): Boston Lawyer Chapter

The Boston Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society presents:
The Heat Is On! Recent Developments in Federal Climate Change Regulation

Featuring:

  • Kate Konschnik, Policy Director, Environmental Law & Policy Program, Harvard Law School
  • Ann Weeks, Senior Counsel and Legal Director, Clean Air Task Force
  • Turner Smith, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General
  • Katy Ward, Associate, Mintz Levin

Moderated by:

  • Melissa Hoffer, Division Chief of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Division

Please join the ACS Boston Lawyer Chapter for an evening of lively discussion of recent developments in federal climate change regulation, including EPA’s 111(d) rulemaking for existing power plants, the Supreme Court’s recent decision in UARG v. EPA, and President Obama’s Methane Strategy for oil and gas sector emissions. Melissa Hoffer, Chief of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Division, will moderate an outstanding panel of experts who will share their insights on what it means for climate protection and New England’s energy markets.

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