Regulating Climate: What Role for the Clean Air Act?

Thursday, March 26, 2009 • 8:30 AM • Doris Duke Center at Sarah P. Duke GardensDuke Law Events

The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, the Duke Law School, and the Harvard Law School cordially invite you to attend a one day conference examining climate change policy and the Clean Air Act.

This conference will focus on what role the Clean Air Act should play in both short and medium-term strategies to reduce greenhouse gases. This topic carries particular relevance in light of EPA's recent announcements that it will consider not only whether an endangerment finding for carbon dioxide is appropriate, but also whether to grant California's waiver request to impose its own limits on vehicle CO2 emissions, opening the door for other states to adopt the same standards.

Please join us for a practical discussion with a select group of the nation's leading air and climate experts.

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