State actions increasingly define the future of our nation’s energy system and determine our national response to climate change. A distinguished group of speakers, including attorneys general and high-level policymakers from across the country, will discuss how states are developing innovative climate and energy strategies and using both litigation and policy to create cleaner, more resilient energy systems.
CLE credit will be available.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/green-states-energy-climate-and-a-different-federalism-sept-26-2017-registration-36209752344
Confirmed speakers include:
Brian Frosh, Attorney General for the State of Maryland
Lisa Madigan, Attorney General for the State of Illinois
Eric Schneiderman, Attorney General for the State of New York
POLICYMAKERS AND REGULATORS
Lorraine Akiba, Commissioner, State of Hawaii Public Utilities Commission
Asim Haque, Chair, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Lesley Jantarasami, Senior Climate Policy Analyst, Oregon Department of Energy
Dan Lipschultz, Vice-chair, Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
Ignacia Moreno, Member, Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board
Ellen Peter, Chief Counsel, California Air Resources Board
John Rhodes, Chair, New York Public Service Commission
Katie Theoharides, Director, Climate and Global Warming Solutions for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts