Please visit http://ej2005.boalt.org
The Environmental Law Society at Boalt Hall invites you to:
Transforming Our Communities: An Inclusive Approach to Environmental
JOIN US on Friday, March 11, 2005 at the Boalt Hall School of Law on the
UC Berkeley campus in a forum addressing issues ranging from
environmental policy to grass roots, community-based struggles against
industrial pollution. The day-long forum will also serve as a
brainstorming session for effective strategies and creative new
directions for the movement's success.
MCLE Credit Available!
Christopher Edley, Jr., Dean of Boalt Hall will give opening remarks.
Learn from prominent and accomplished community leaders representing
organizations such as The Center on Race Poverty and the Environment,
Ma'at Youth Academy, Earthjustice, Urban Ecology, Women's Found. of
California, Children's Envtl. Health Network, Greenaction, CA State
Assembly, West Harlem Envtl. Action, and others....
REGISTER NOW at ej2005.boalt.org
HEAR keynote speaker Margie Eugene-Richard, a grass roots environmental
justice organizer and the 2004 Goldman Environmental Prize winner,
explain how she engaged in a struggle against a Shell chemical plant in
her community in Norco, Louisiana.
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