Solutions Conference

VERMONT LAW SCHOOL’S 2017 SOLUTION CONFERENCE PRESENTS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE PROMISE AND THE REALITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

March 24, 2017

This conference is sponsored by the Student Bar Association, Office of Student Affairs and Diversity, Black Law Student Association, Environmental Law Society, Latin American Law Students Association, and Native American Law Students Association.

Join us as we welcome:

  • Esther Calhoun: Activist, Black Belt Citizens Fighting for Health and Justice
  • Charles Lee: Author, "Toxic Wastes and Race in the United States"
  • Richard Moore: Chair, National Environmental Justice Advisory Council
  • Quentin Pair: Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, rited; Howard University School of Law
  • Benjamin Wilson: Managing Partner, Beveridge and Diamon, PC

With panels and breakout sessions on:

  • Food Deserts and Sustainable Agriculture;
  • Barriers to Renewable Energy;
  • Women, Families, and Environmental Justice;
  • Grassroots Organizing;
  • Tribal Environmental Justice Issues;
  • Toxins and Water: Environmental Injustice in Flint;
  • Environmental Injustice in Puerto Rico;
  • Environmental Justice in a Changing Climate;
  • Title VI, Environmental Justice and Affected Communities

Questions? Concerns? Contact Brianna Tibett