This week the Environmental Law Association student organization will host their 28th annual conference here at the law school. This year’s conference is dedicated to “Making a sustainable lifestyle accessible to all”. The daylong program which will take place Friday February 26th will include discussions on:
- solar power in the Southeast and Georgia’s new “Household Solar Panel” bill
- flood insurance and the tensions between risk and affordability
- farm-to-school food initiatives and child nutrition reauthorization. U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency General Counsel Avi S. Garbow will provide a special address, while Robert R.M. Verchick, a legal expert in environmental regulation, climate change and the developing field of disaster law, will deliver the keynote address.
To better prepare yourself for the conference, law librarian Anne Burnett has created a LibGuide of resources relevant to this year’s conference topics. Visit the guide: http://libguides.law.uga.edu/redclay2016.