EPA’s approach to climate change under the Clean Air Act:
Where we are and how we got here

2011 Environmental Law Symposium

04/15/2011 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Clean Technology, Energy Regulatory, and Environmental Litigation

UCLA School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Drive
1242 Law Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Peter Hsiao

Peter Hsiao

Sponsorship

This panel will explore EPA’s attempts to regulate greenhouse gases, including legal and political challenges to these efforts. What has EPA’s approach been, to date, in regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act? What important decisions has it already made, and were those decisions the right ones? How are its headline-making stationary source efforts faring legally, politically and practically? How significant are the threats by lawmakers to limit its authority?

Moderator:

  • Peter Hsiao
    Morrison & Foerster

Speakers:

  • Cara Horowitz
    UCLA School of Law
  • Vickie Patton
    Environmental Defense Fund
  • Bob Wyman
    Latham & Watkins

5.5 hours general MCLE credit available

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