I’ll be on vacation this week and won’t be blogging (other than today). However, for those in Los Angeles, I’ll be speaking on Friday at the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s 31st Annual Environmental Law Section Spring Super Symposium. I’ll be part of an afternoon panel on transportation and climate change:
Description: This panel will consider how climate change policies will affect transportation projects and technologies like driverless vehicles going forward. Panelists will discuss what policies, legal developments, and technological advancements will be most pressing and consider how those developments may impact California’s long-term planning. Panelists will also discuss how the current federal landscape may influence state efforts to regulate air emissions from transportation.
Moderator: Andrea Warren – Senior Associate, Alston & Bird LLP
- Ryan Snyder – Principal, Transpogroup;
- Jamey Wyman – Associate, Best Best & Krieger LLP;
- Ethan Elkind – Director of Climate Program at Center for Law, Energy and the Environment at UC Berkeley Law; UCLA Law’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
You can see the full program and register here. Have a great week, and blogging will return next week.