ABA & UKELA Talk Trump and Climate Change
Jun 05, 2017
Seth Davis of the American Bar Association will update delegates at UKELA’s Annual Conference on the latest US environmental law developments, including the Trump Administration’s position on climate change.
Seth chairs the ABA’s Section of Environment, Energy and Resources (SEER) and joins UKELA in Nottingham on 7 to 9 July.
Speaking about his forthcoming trip to the UK, Seth Davis said “I am delighted to be sharing my knowledge with UK colleagues at this key event in UKELA’s calendar, and at this troubling and challenging time for both our nations. I look forward to strengthening the close links between the ABA and UKELA."
“This is an important opportunity for anyone following environmental law and climate change developments in the US and globally to hear things “from the horse’s mouth” said Stephen Sykes, UKELA’s Chair. “We would be delighted to welcome attendees from as wide a spectrum of environmental professionals as possible to debate this and other key global developments in tackling climate change and environmental issues.”
The UK Environmental Law Association aims to promote better law for the environment and to improve understanding and awareness of environmental law.
Our annual conference from 7 to 9 July in Nottingham – on the theme of Sustainable Cities - will include updates on Brexit as well as news from the USA on policy developments there. For bookings and more details please visit:
UKELA’s members are involved in the practice, study or formulation of environmental law in the UK and the European Union. It attracts both lawyers and non-lawyers and has a broad membership from the private and public sectors.
UKELA prepares advice to government with the help of its specialist working parties, covering a range of environmental law topics.
For further information on UKELA’s work, please visit: www.ukela.org
For more details on the work of the American Bar Association, please visit: www.americanbar.org
For specific press and media queries in relation to this news release, please contact: Linda Farrow, UKELA’s Executive Director, email@example.com
UK Environmental Law Association - Better law for the environment
Registered charity 299498; company registered in England number 2133283
Registered office: One Glass Wharf, Bristol, BS2 0ZX
< Back to Press Releases Index