Implementing Post-Sandy Resiliency Plans
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Governor Cuomo’s NYS 2100 Commission Report recommended how New York can improve the resilience and strength of its infrastructure in the face of natural disasters and other emergencies. The panel will discuss the Report’s major recommendations and the progress so far in implementing them.
Sponsors: New York State Bar Association, Sections on Environmental Law, Municipal Law, Labor and Employment Law, Commercial and Federal Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Real Property Law, Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law, Health Law, International and Trial Lawyers; ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources; New York City Bar Association, Committee on Environmental Law and Task Force on Climate Adaptation; Columbia Law School, Center for Climate Change Law
Date: Wednesday, May 14, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: Columbia Law School 435 West 116 Street, Room 104
Moderator: J. Kevin Healy, Esq., Bryan Cave
Overview of Development of NYS 2100 Commission Report: Jeremy Creelan, Partner - Jenner & Block
Energy: Philip Mihlmester, Executive Vice President - ICF International
Land Use: Stuart Gruskin, Esq., Chief Conservation and External Affairs Officer - The Nature Conservancy
Transportation: Representative of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Invited)
Infrastructure Finance: Michael Cucchiara, Director - National Development Council
This event is free and you do not need to register. CLE credit will not be available.