The conference was attended by more than 150 participants representing a broad spectrum of the legal community: law students and faculty, in-house counsel, law firm attorneys, government policymakers, and public interest advocates. The attendees gained information about the latest developments in the field, with a special focus on the challenges and opportunities faced by the business sector. Case studies explored how leading companies assess risk, evaluate their emissions, and develop reduction strategies. Participants left the event with information and skills they will be able to use to help assess corporate climate risks and opportunities, and develop strategies for the future. This report provides a précis of the panelists’ presentations.
Rohleder, Jennifer and Jillian Button. "The Legal Dimensions of Climate Change: Conference Report." Sustainable Development Law & Policy, Winter 2006, 57-60.