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Governance-102:

June 29, 2017 (1:00pm - 3:30pm)
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Achieving organizational climate strategies requires a broad understanding of the legal/policy landscape of and related to climate change and energy.  This bootcamp will help attendees think through how the current legal/policy landscape and stakeholder perspectives relate to an organization's interests and to inform its practices.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the international, national and local legal/policy landscape on climate change
  • Engaging internal and external stakeholders around a climate strategy
  • Structuring a climate action plan/strategy, and identifying policy related risks and opportunities for an organization
  • Leveraging policy tools to drive and implement GHG reduction, resilience and climate adaptation initiatives
  • Understanding climate implications for an organization/business and related cost/mission impacts
  • Assessing existing internal/external goals, objectives and related policy strategies
  • Identifying conflicting policy initiatives

Course Architects

  • Tom Baumann – Director of Knowledge Management and Co-Founder, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute
  • J.P. Brisson – Partner & Co-Chair, Air Quality & Climate Change Practice, Latham & Watkins LLP
  • Keith Canfield – Director, Sustainability Programs, Clinton Climate Initiative
  • Alexandra Dunn – Executive Director and General Counsel, Environmental Counsel of States
  • Victor Flatt – Director, Center for Law, Environment, Adaptation and Resources, University of North Carolina School of Law
  • Nancy Girard – Attorney & Former Environmental Commissioner, City of Boston
  • Gwen Migita – Vice President, Sustainability & Community Affairs, Caesars Entertainment
  • Matthew Morrison – Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
  • Mary Munson – Executive Director, Coastal States Organization
  • Michael Parr – Principal, The Parr Policy Group LLC
  • Emilee Ritchie – Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Keith Rizzardi – Professor, St. Thomas University School of Law
  • Scott Schang – Vice President, Environmental Law Institute
  • Alan Strasser – Attorney, U.S. Department of Transportation