An ELI Professional Practice Seminar
Whether U.S. EPA and states can regulate emissions outside the facility fenceline is a critical factor in shaping the regulatory response to climate change using Clean Air Act Section 111. There has been much rhetoric about the ability of states and EPA to create regulatory tools such as a emissions trading of greenhouse gasses, but policy experts and professionals need a more definitive answer.
To address this topic, ELI announces its second seminar  in a debate format. Loosely following an academic debate structure, two expert teams will argue the resolution, ask questions of the other side, and identify points of agreement and disagreement. Following the debate, the discussion will open to audience questions. We hope this format will help to crystallize issues and separate fact from rhetoric.
Megan Ceronsky, Attorney, Environmental Defense Fund
David Doniger, Policy Director, Climate & Clean Air Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
Jeffrey R. Holmstead, Director, Environmental Strategies Group, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP
Scott H. Segal, Director, Policy Resolution Group, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP
Where: Environmental Law Institute, 2000 L Street, NW, Suite 620, Washington, DC (and via teleconference)
RSVP by February 14th.