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EENRSLP Speaker Series: Carbon Pricing

September 26, 2019 12:00 PM - September 26, 2019 01:00 PM

EENRS Speaker-Series September 2019Texas A&M School of Law Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resource Systems Law Program
Speaker Series
Carbon Pricing: A Market-Based Approach to Climate Risk

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Thursday, September 26, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Courtrooms

Presenter:
A​nn Drumm, Citizens' Climate Lobby

Have you considered the risks that climate change poses to your clients’ businesses and to the North Texas economy? Carbon pricing is a market-based approach to manage those risks, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and accelerate technological advancements.

This one-hour program includes information about
  • Climate change impacts in Texas;
  • Its economic, health and national security risks;
  • The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (H.R. 763)
  • Advantages of carbon pricing for Texas natural gas
  • Carbon pricing around the world
  • Allies in the movement and developments in Congress; and
  • State and local actions.

Attendance at the event counts for the semester-long EENRSLP raffle.

Raffle prizes include:

  1. Lunch with the General Counsel of the Trinity River Authority, Howard Slobodin, and a tour with Mr. Slobodin of the Authority’s water-related infrastructure in the DFW area.
  2. Lunch with Conrad Hester, Partner at Thompson Night, who focuses his practice on oil and gas litigation.
  3. Lunch with Sarah Walls, Partner at Cantey Hanger, who focuses much of her work on environmental issues in relation to enforcement actions by the USEPA and TCEQ.
  4. Lunch at a monthly meeting of the Dallas Bar Association Energy Law Section, hosted by the Section’s board, which includes the president of the Section, Foster Green, a partner at Freeman Mills.
  5. Lunch at a monthly meeting of the Dallas Bar Association Environmental Law Section, hosted by the Section’s board, which includes the Chair of the Section, Jack Gannon, from McGuire, Craddock & Strother.

The raffle is open to all J.D., M.Jur., and LL.M. students. The drawing will take place mid-November. Events that you can attend to gain entries into the raffle include this event, the NRS Speaker Series on Sept. 26th, and the NRS Speaker Series on Oct. 31st. You get one entry for attending your first event, two entries for attending your second event, and three entries for attending your third event, for a maximum of six entries. Secure your entry at the events by signing in on the attendee sheets with your name, email address, and student ID.