Environmental Law Journal Symposium Features Experts on Fuel Economy
The U.S. Department of Transportation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the White House recently announced a historic agreement with auto manufacturers that proposes to dramatically increase fuel efficiency for cars and light trucks and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Villanova Law alumnus Michael Robinson ’84, vice president for Sustainability and Global Regulatory Affairs at General Motors, will join three other experts on transportation and energy policy for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal’s annual Blank Rome LLP symposium on February 11. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Gina McCarthy, Harvard Law Professor Jody Freeman, and Roland Hwang, Transportation Program Director for the National Resources Defense Council will be the other panelists on hand to explain the technical, legal, economic and political implications of the groundbreaking new fuel efficiency standards.
The symposium will be held in Room 101 at Villanova Law School, and is approved for three substantive CLE credits. Check-in begins at 8:15 a.m.; the symposium will conclude at 12:30 p.m. Registration is required; to register on-line, please click here.