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Environmental Justice in Oregon

October 14 & 15, 2021

Pacific Time Zone

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Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

Origins of the Environmental Justice (EJ) movement and the road to justice

Guiding principles for Oregon's EJ Task Force

EJ policy development at the Oregon DEQ

EJ initiatives at the federal level

EJ issues in environmental cleanups

EJ issues in allocation of scarce water resources

EJ issues in water system upgrades

EJ issues in the energy sector's transition to carbon free renewable energy

EJ issues in the transportation sector's transition to electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel

EJ and the interplay with the professional rules of conduct for lawyers

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Faculty Bios

Richard M. Glick, Richard M. Glick, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine. He helps clients navigate the labyrinth of federal and state environmental permitting processes for major infrastructure projects.

Kate L. Moore, Kate L. Moore, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Dunn Carney. She advises clients on water rights permitting and transfers, water rights transactions, easements, wetlands, and water quality. In addition, Kate handles matters related to the National Environmental Policy Act, public land permits and licenses, and the Endangered Species Act.

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