Environmental Law and Policy Events for Couch Potatoes
UC Berkeley and UCLA School of Law’s joint Climate Change and Business Research Initiative has produced a number of public events featuring experts on pressing environmental law and policy issues. We now have on-line video recordings of many of them, for those of you who prefer not to leave the comfort of your home or office. They include the following events:
- Daylong conference on “Saving Public Transit,” featuring a keynote by Los Angeles Metro CEO Art Leahy and three panels on transit policies (November 2012 at UCLA Law)
- Capitol Hill lunch event on electric vehicle policies, featuring a panel of experts (September 2012 in Washington D.C.)
- “Local, Clean & Green” conference on climate change policies for cities and counties, with a lunchtime address by California State Senator Fran Pavley and four panels on various climate topics (December 2011 at U.C. Berkeley Law)
- California renewable energy policy luncheon, featuring a keynote by Ken Alex, senior advisor to California Governor Jerry Brown, and a panel discussion (May 2011 in Sacramento).