March 23, 2012
Conferences, Fairs and Symposiums
Red Clay Conference 2012
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Dean Rusk Hall
Larry Walker Room (fourth Floor)
Ian P. Calhoun
Daylong conference about how to balance the long-term sustainability of Georgia's ecosystems with present economic needs. Four panel discussions focusing on Longleaf Pine restoration, market-based conservation, invasive species regulations and the expansion of the state and federal protected species lists.
Serving as keynote speakers for the event will be Dorinda G. Dallmeyer, Environmental Ethics Certificate Program Director at the UGA College of Environment and Design, and James Salzman, Mordecai Professor of Law and Nicholas Institute Professor of Environmental Policy at Duke University. They will discuss the balance of human impacts on Georgia's natural habitats and the challenges and opportunities of creating markets for ecosystem services, respectively.
Sponsored by the law school's Environmental Law Association.
Free for members of the UGA community. All other attendees will be charged $10 for pre-registration and $20 for day-of registration. Continuing legal education credits are available (pending approval). To learn more or to register, please visit www.law.uga.edu/ela.