February 8, 2017

This program was sponsored by the International Environmental and Resource Law Committee of the D.C. Bar Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section and cosponsored by the Environmental Law Institute


What does the outcome of the 2016 elections mean for federal environmental policy? Although these issues played a minor role in the election, they pose numerous challenges for federal policymakers. What will be the environmental priorities of the new administration? What environmental legislation might be enacted by the 115th Congress? Three distinguished D.C.-based journalists addressed these and other issues.

Panelists:
Jeremy Bernstein, Inside Washington Publishers
Josh Kurtz, Environment and Energy Daily Editor, E&E Daily
John Siciliano, Energy & Environment Correspondent, Washington Examiner
Poeter Oppenheimer, NOAA Office of General Counsel (moderator)