Friday, April 9, 2010
Registration 9am - 9:30
Program 9:30 - 5pm, with lunch
UCLA School of Law
Los Angeles, California
Free and open to the public, registration required
HERE to register
6 hours free MCLE
We’re bringing together non-profit groups, policy analysts, and legal and political science scholars working both in the U.S. and in India on climate change issues for an all-day symposium examining how India will affect, and be affected by, climate change. Panels will focus on promising routes for engaging with India post-Copenhagen; challenges for domestic progress in India on climate and energy; and the intersection of international trade law and climate questions in India-US relations.
Panelists and speakers include:
Deepa Badrinarayana, Chapman University School of Law
Ann Carlson, UCLA School of Law
Magali Delmas, UCLA Institute of the Environment
Daniel Emmett, Energy Independence Now
Gaurav Gupta, Climate Project India
Anjali Jaiswal, Natural Resources Defense Council – India Project
Arvind Panagariya, Columbia University
Varun Rai, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University
Armin Rosencranz, Stanford University
David Victor, Laboratory on International Law and Regulation, UC San Diego
Jonathan Zasloff, UCLA School of Law
9 to 9:30am: Registration and light breakfast
9:30 to 11:30am: Panel on how best to engage with India, post-Copenhagen
Featuring Deepa Badrinarayana, Daniel Emmett, Gaurav Gupta and David Victor
11:45 to 12:45pm: Lunch
1 to 2:45pm: Panel on challenges for domestic progress in India on climate and energy questions
Featuring Ann Carlson, Anjali Jaiswal, Varun Rai and Armin Rosencranz
2:45 to 3pm: Coffee break
3 to 4:45pm: Panel on the intersection of international trade law and climate regulation in US-India relations
Featuring Magali Delmas, Arvind Panagariya and Jonathan Zasloff
This event is FREE and open to the public, and includes lunch. Registration
here is required.
Directions and parking for UCLA Law School
here. Enter the campus at Hilgard Ave and Westholme Ave.
Sponsored by the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, the Evan Frankel Environmental Law and Policy Program, and the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. Cosponsored by the UCLA Institute of the Environment's Center for Climate Change Solutions and the Asia Society of Southern California.
UCLA School of Law is a California state bar approved MCLE provider.