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Mayor Bloomberg's Environmental Legacy

Wednesday, Dec 18, 2013

From the development and implementation of PlaNYC to the City’s response to Sandy, environmental policy has occupied a central role in Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s agenda over the last 12 years. A panel of senior officials from within and outside the Bloomberg administration will discuss the era's major developments and changes.

Sponsor: NYC Bar Association Committee on Environmental Law; International Environmental Law Committee; Land Use, Planning & Zoning Committee,

Moderator: Jeffrey Gracer Chair, Environmental Law Committee, New York City Bar Association

Speakers: Eddie Bautista, Executive Director, New York City Environmental Justice Alliance; Cas Holloway, Deputy Mayor for Operations, New York City; Laurie Kerr, Director, City Energy Project, Natural Resources Defense Council; Michael Northrup, Program Director, Sustainable Development, Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Wednesday, December 18, 6:00-8:00 pm

Location: NYC Bar Association 42 West 44 Street

RSVP: This event is open to the public and free of charge, but registration is necessary


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