Charting California's Course on the Environment:
From Brown to Newsom and BeyondSponsored by the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at UCLA School of Law
June 6, 2019, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
UCLA School of Law, Room 1347
This event is free and open to the public. Your RSVP is required.
UCLA School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. By attending this event, attorneys may earn MCLE credit in the amount of up to 4.5 hours of general MCLE credits.
Panel 1: Problems and Opportunities at Scale: Facing California's Greatest Environmental Challenges
AB-685 State water policy
CPUC Actions on SB901 & Wildfires
Guidance Decision on 2019 Wildfire Mitigation Plans Submitted Pursuant to Senate Bill 901, 06/03/2019
Ensuring Safe Drinking Water In Los Angeles County's Small Water Systems; Nathaniel Logar, James Salzman, Cara Horowitz; 12/18/2018
Executive Order N-05-19; Executive Department, State of California; 01/08/2019
Executive Order N-10-19; Executive Department, State of California; 04/29/2019
Making Key Policy Decisions in Advance of Droughts; Nell Green Nylen; 05/24/2019
Panel 2: "We'll launch our own damn satellite": California as a National and Global Force
California and Sub-National Action; Ken Alex; 03/28/2018
California dreaming and doing: a model for climate collaboration; Ken Alex; 05/22/2019
California's Global Climate Action Summit, September 12-14, 2018; Ken Alex; 04/05/2018
California's Vision on Climate Change; Ken Alex; 01/22/2018
The New EPA Plan To Roll Back Auto Emissions Standards and "Supersede" the California Waiver is Legally Indefensible; Ann Carlson; 04/27/2018
The Trump Administration Just Released Its Proposal to Eviscerate Car Standards, Revoke California Authority; Ann Carlson; 08/02/2018
Panel 3: Building on Jerry: Tackling Housing and Transportation
Housing Bills [link to Emmett Institute 2019 Symposium; Jeannie Lee; 06/06/2019
Tackling Housing and Transportation [link to Emmett Institute 2019 Symposium; Jennifer Ganata; 06/06/2019