New York, NY — Join us for the launch of a 3-part series entitled Seeing the Dangers Ahead: How Regulators and Advocates Can Harness Physical and Financial Risk Data to Tackle the Climate Emergency, beginning Tuesday, February 1. This series is meant to provide regulators and advocates with tools they need to help address the ongoing climate crisis. Tuesday’s event will look at the latest climate physical risk data and tools. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey will join us as keynote speaker. Part 2 will provide an introduction to climate financial risks and the role of regulators, and Part 3 is a look at using these tools to promote resilience and environmental justice in decision making.
What: Virtual 3-part series with a panel of experts from many different sectors focused on climate research, economy and risk assessment, and climate resilience to name a few. Hosted by the State Energy and Environmental Impact Center, Woodwell Climate Research Center and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.
- Part 1: February 1, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET
- Part 2: February 15, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET
- Part 3: March 1, 2022 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET
Where: via Zoom. Please register for any of the dates.
Why: With climate change compounding the risks communities face on an ongoing basis, the series is designed to illustrate the benefits of using hard data to develop policies that mitigate the effects of climate change.
About the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center:
The State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan academic center at NYU School of Law. The Center is dedicated to working towards a healthy and safe environment, guided by inclusive and equitable principles. The Center studies and supports the work of state attorneys general (AGs) in defending, enforcing, and promoting strong laws and policies in the areas of climate, environmental justice, environmental protection, and clean energy.