Greening the Grid: Building a Legal Framework for Carbon Neutrality

2009
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Portland OR
Lawyers, law professors, industry professionals and nonprofit representatives will come together from around the country to discuss the current state of federal and state laws and incentives, and whether and how to encourage development of "clean" energy sources for transmission, including wind energy.

Thursday evening's reception will feature a talk by Annabelle Malins, British Consul for Science and Innovation, on the European perspective on renewable energy and U.S. policy.

Everyone interested in influencing renewable energy policy proposals is welcome to attend and participate in framing policy questions. Table display space is also available for a small fee.

The conference will be held at Lewis & Clark College, Council Chamber, Portland, Oregon

Lewis & Clark Law School is frequently ranked the #1 environmental and natural resources law program in the United States. We are dedicated to providing high-quality, problem-solving conferences to stimulate creative thinking about national and global environmental and natural resources law and policy.