Monday, February 8, 2010

28th Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference

John Bonine at University of Oregon School of Law announces their 28th annual PIELC conference.  From the conference website:

Continuing economic uncertainty is merging with environmental and social degradation, and humanity faces both a mounting crisis and a dawning opportunity. As environmental activists, we must recover from the damage inflicted on our communities, our nations, and our planet, renew our determination for and commitment to positive change, and reimagine how we shall move forward into the new century and toward future generations.

Special Event:

Empowering the Next Generation of Wildlife Warriors

Join Robert and Bindi Irwin from 3:30-4:30 pm Thursday, February 25 for an interactive question-and-answer session geared specifically toward young conservationists. Attendance is free, but seating is limited for this youth-oriented presentation.

Don't miss the pre-PIELC lecture by environmental attorney Denis Hayes, national coordinator for the first Earth Day, former director of the federal National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and current president of the Bullitt Foundation. 7:30 pm, Wednesday, February 24, in Columbia 150.

Cool stuff in the land of the Ducks!

Jamie Baker Roskie

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Those are the "Oregon Fighting Ducks," I might add.

Posted by: John Bonine | Feb 8, 2010 9:28:13 AM

Go Fighting Ducks! (I went to Lewis & Clark undergrad, so actually I'm agnostic in the whole Ducks-Beavers dichotomy.)

Posted by: Jamie Baker Roskie | Feb 10, 2010 1:55:51 PM