Environmental Law During the COVID-19 Crisis: Emergency Exemptions and Response [CC]

    Environmental Law During the COVID-19 Crisis: Emergency Exemptions and Response [CC]

    Environmental Law During the COVID-19 Crisis: Emergency Exemptions and Response [CC]

    Join our panel of current and former federal officials as they discuss the COVID-19 crisis' impacts on environmental law and environmental justice in this free non-CLE webinar.

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    Closed Captioned. The COVID-19 crisis is greatly complicating compliance with many environmental laws, since many necessary personnel are not able or permitted to go to work, and many of the needed tasks cannot be done from home. Response to the crisis is also requiring the approval of the use of disinfectants, the manufacture of equipment, and the construction of equipment at a much faster pace than normal environmental processes involve. This webinar with three current and former federal officials will explore the exemptions and other special provisions that have been issued or are contemplated, the emergency authority of the federal government during disasters, and the environmental and environmental justice consequences of these actions.

    Product Details

    Panelists

    Gwendolyn Rebecca Keyes Fleming, Michael B Gerrard, Robert R Verchick, Susan Parker Bodine

    Sponsors

    Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

    Product Code

    NR200417OLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    4/17/2020 12:00:00 AM

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