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Climate Change Developments—Municipalities and City Regulations

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Cities have an increasingly integral role in addressing climate change and maintaining quality of life for their citizens. Many cities have developed, or are working to develop, climate action plans. Yet modern life would be impossible without the energy and products derived from fossil fuels. This moderated panel discussion explores the nexus of cities and climate change and potential ways for communities to build a carbon-free future while balancing environmental, economic, and security concerns.

Includes: Video Audio Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
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  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Real Estate Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2021

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1. Climate Change Developments—Municipalities and City Regulations (Oct 2019)

Kathy Garcia, Richard Meyer, James McGuire

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Climate Change Developments—Municipalities and City Regulations (Oct 2019)

Cities have an increasingly integral role in addressing climate change and maintaining quality of life for their citizens. Many cities have developed, or are working to develop, climate action plans. Yet modern life would be impossible without the energy and products derived from fossil fuels. This moderated panel discussion explores the nexus of cities and climate change and potential ways for communities to build a carbon-free future while balancing environmental, economic, and security concerns.

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Gas and Power Institute

Kathy Garcia, CPS Energy - San Antonio, TX
Richard Meyer, American Gas Association - Washington, DC
James McGuire, Environmental Quality & Sustainability, City of Dallas - Dallas, TX

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