Regulating Climate Change: The Supreme Court, Clean Air Act and EPA’s Upcoming Greenhouse Gas Rules
October 30, 2013
12 p.m. -1:15pm
Faculty Club, D’Agostino Hall
New York University School of Law
108 W 3rd St, New York, NY
Registration is free, but required: RSVP.
On October 15, the Supreme Court, by deciding to review only a narrow issue in an expansive DC Circuit Court decision on greenhouse gas regulation, has upheld the EPA’s authority to regulate climate-altering pollution from both stationary and mobile sources. This panel will discuss the decision, the implications and the EPA’s options in regulating climate change in the coming years.
- Vickie Patton, General Counsel, Environmental Defense Fund;
- Jared Snyder, Assistant Commissioner, Air Resources, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation;
- Richard Revesz, Dean Emeritus and Professor; Director, Institute for Policy Integrity, NYU School of Law; Richard Stewart, University Professor; Director, Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law, NYU School of Law.
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