Who’s in Charge: CEQA Conflicts and Cap-and-Trade
Thursday, October 22, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
1.0 hour of General CLE Credit
The panel will address how to reconcile Cap-and-Trade eligibility with CEQA requirements, especially in light of the Attorney’s General’s amicus position in the World Logistics Center appeal. Discussion will also cover other climate change-driven CEQA challenges in the development process, including energy and GHG impacts. Panel will consider potential impacts of World Logistics Center and review recent CEQA litigation/court decisions, and discuss how lead agencies and developers are adapting their CEQA compliance programs in response.
Eric Lu, CEQA Consultant, Ramboll
Julia Stein, Clinical Supervising Attorney & Frank G. Wells Environmental Law Clinic Project Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change & the Environment – UCLA School of Law
Alisha Winterswyk, Attorney, Best, Best, & Krieger LLP
David Walsh, Attorney, Paul Hastings LLP
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