# 013529Environmental Law Bundle – 3.5 hr CLE Credit
Global Warming Update
This program will provide an overview of the must know and latest legal and legislative developments relating to global warming. The panelists will address strategies for advising clients regarding the implications of future global warming laws during this time of legal limbo and uncertainty, ranging from federal preemption to air permitting, construction standards, and carbon emission limitations.
Growing Green at California's Ports: Reconciling Economic, Community, and Environmental Goals
California's ports are not only major economic drivers of the state's economy, but their operation implicates many environmental legal issues including air, CEQA and land use, Proposition 65, water quality, site cleanup, and environmental justice concerns. Experts on California's ports will discuss the cutting edge environmental legal issues practitioners face when addressing port-related projects, and how best to balance the many competing concerns.
Co-Sponsored by the State Bar of California
So You Think It Never Rains in Southern California? An Update on Municipal, Construction, and Industrial Enforcement and Compliance
California storm water issues are developing as we speak. This program will address what is on the horizon in California storm water enforcement and compliance, including:
- Harbingers of things to come in municipal (MS4) storm water permitting, from unfunded mandates as raised by the Commission on Mandates to the NRDC and Santa Monica Baykeeper v. City of Malibu and County of Los Angeles lawsuits.
- Game changers in industrial permitting enforcement, from the Kramer Metals decision impacting numeric limits under CTR standards to the revision of the industrial general permit.
- Construction storm water permitting compliance and enforcement, from changes to the construction general permit to insight on RWQCB enforcement strategy.