March 26, 2010
Adapting to Climate Change: Problems and Solutions
The Georgetown International Environmental Law Review,
the Georgetown Climate Center and
the Environmental Law Institute
The effects of climate change are already being felt. While its impacts vary dramatically by region, climate change is a challenge faced worldwide. This symposium explored the role of laws and policies for adaptation in the areas of natural resources, human impacts, and institutional and regulatory design. Maria Blair, Deputy Associate Director for Climate Change Adaptation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality presented the keynote address.
More details and the full agenda are available at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/journals/gielr/symposia.html.