Events

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    Making Cents of the IRA

    Feb 9, 2023

    The Inflation Reduction Act provides many funding opportunities for state and local government officials. Join us as we host a workshop for state and local government officials on funding opportunities in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). This workshop will also cover how state and local governments can receive their IRA tax credits through “direct pay.”

    Registration is through invitation only and is for state and local government entities.

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    Advice to Thrive By - Book Talk

    Feb 16, 2023

    Portia Allen-Kyle, a civil rights attorney and public policy expert, wants to help law students and new attorneys interested in public interest lawyering with their professional development strategy. The State Energy & Environmental Impact Center will host Ms. Allen-Kyle in a discussion of her book, Advice to Thrive By: How to Use Your Résumé and Cover Letter to Build Your Brand and Launch a Dynamic Public Interest Career.

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Past Events

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    Report Discussion: A Role for State Attorneys General in a Just Transition

    Dec 15, 2022

    A virtual discussion about “A Role for State Attorneys General in a Just Transition”—a new report by the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center and the State and Local Enforcement Project at the Harvard Labor and Worklife Program. Event included remarks from labor and environmental experts and an overview of the report by the authors followed by audience Q&A.

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    Climate Policy in the Biden Administration: A Visit with David Hayes, former Special Assistant to President Biden for Climate Policy

    Nov 4, 2022

    David Hayes, former Special Assistant to President Biden for Climate Policy and founding director of NYU Law’s State Energy & Environmental Impact Center, talked about the Biden Administration’s climate policy to date, the next steps, and key challenges ahead.

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    Environmental Career Paths: Panel & Networking at SULC

    Oct 20, 2022

    A panel discussion on careers in cli­mate, envi­ron­men­tal, and ener­gy law in the gov­ern­ment and pub­lic interest sectors, co-hosted with the South­ern Uni­ver­si­ty Law Cen­ter. Learn what a regular day's work looks like, what the panelist's paths to environmental law were, and what the pros and cons of working as an environmental lawyer are.

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    Building the Next Generation of Climate Advocates

    Sep 20, 2022

    The State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU School of Law, Howard Energy and Environmental Law Society, the American Constitution Society, and Green 2.0 hosted an event on careers in climate, environmental, and energy law in the government and public service sector.

  • Event Tuesday, July 19
12:30 - 1:45 ET
CLE Credit

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    Supreme Court 2021 Term Roundup: Environmental Law and the States

    Jul 19, 2022

    Join appellate advocates and state Solicitors General for a conversation about the term’s cases and the impact that those cases could have on states and environmental law. This program is co-hosted by the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center and the State and Local Legal Center.

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    Generating Change for a Just Grid

    Jul 13, 2022

    A discussion of important changes underway at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on how the electric transmission system is planned and who pays. Hear from FERC Commissioner Willie Phillips, FERC staff, and an expert panel talk about the role for states, equity, and decarbonization in these transmission changes, and how you can get involved.

  • Event Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Violations Training Series 
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    Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Violations Training Series

    Jun 6, 2022–Oct 17, 2022

    Join the State Ener­gy & Envi­ron­men­tal Impact Cen­ter at NYU School of Law, the Con­fer­ence of West­ern Attor­neys Gen­er­al, and the Envi­ron­ment & Nat­ur­al Resources Divi­sion of the Depart­ment of Jus­tice for a five-part train­ing series specif­i­cal­ly designed for state- and local-lev­el pros­e­cu­tors tasked with enforce­ment of envi­ron­men­tal laws.

  • Event Author Sarah Vogel wearing a read blazer reading from her book The Farmer's Lawyer at a microphone.

    Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network Book Talk: The Farmer's Lawyer

    Apr 5, 2022

    The Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network, the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU Law, and the Institute for Public Knowledge at NYU hosted a virtual book talk on The Farmer's Lawyer: The North Dakota Nine and the Fight to Save the Family Farm.

  • Event An illustration of a student's desk: a computer, a lamp, a pen holder, a calendar, a book. Two windows in the background.

    Opportunities in Public Service: State AG Honors Programs & Fellowships

    Apr 4, 2022

    A discussion about honors programs and fellowship opportunities in the offices of state attorneys general, with remarks from North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein and a panel discussion with former and current honors program attorneys and State AGO staff.

  • Event A wind turbine made out of a bar chart and a circle chart; a fire with a pressure gauge; a cloud made out of binary code (0s and 1s); a line chart in the background. The logos of the State Impact Center, Woodwell Center, and the Massachusetts AGs Office.

    Seeing the Dangers Ahead, Part III - Toward Equity and Resilience: Harnessing Climate Risk Information for Better Decisionmaking

    Mar 1, 2022–Mar 1, 2022

    Leading experts reviewed best practices and opportunities for affected communities and state and local governments to utilize physical and financial climate risk data to promote resilience and environmental justice. They also discussed key data gaps and potential strategies to address them.

  • Event A wind turbine made out of a bar chart and a circle chart; a fire with a pressure gauge; a cloud made out of binary code (0s and 1s); a line chart in the background. The logos of the State Impact Center, Woodwell Center, and the Massachusetts AGs Office.

    Seeing the Dangers Ahead, Part II - Risky Business: An Essential Introduction to Climate Financial Risks and the Role of Regulators

    Feb 15, 2022–Feb 15, 2022

    This panel provided a primer on climate financial risk, its relationship to physical risk, the role of investors, and opportunities for regulators to advance disclosure standards and industry safeguards.

  • Event Logos of University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Detroit Mercy, Wayne State University, and the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center.

    Exploring Environmental and Public Interest Careers at AG Offices

    Feb 2, 2022–Feb 2, 2022

    A discussion about environmental and public interest career opportunities in the offices of state attorneys general, featuring Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.