EARTHx, the largest event of its kind in the world, with over 100,000 attendees last year, “creates a fun and engaging atmosphere for thought and experiential learning while encouraging attendees to be the change they wish to see in the world.”  For environmental professionals and others affected by and interested in sustainability and environmental law, EARTHx’s Law and Policy Symposium provides a unique opportunity to both listen to and participate in a series of discussions of environmental thought leaders, representing diverse perspectives, on legal issues relevant to charting a course for a future that is both protective and productive.  This year’s Symposium is truly exceptional.

Topics include the future of environmental regulation, sustainable and ethical corporate decision-making, disaster response, and domestic energy production post-Paris.  Symposium participants include, among others:  from EPA, Anne Idsal, Region 6 Regional Administrator, Susan Bodine, Assistant Administrator, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, and Matt Leopold, General Counsel, as well as former EPA General Counsel, Avi Garbow; from the state, Attorney General Ken Paxton and a senior advisor to the Lieutenant Governor; from Congress, Congressman Carlos Curbelo, co-founder of the Climate Caucus; from industry, representatives from the Texas Chemical Council, NRG, the Edison Electric Institute, and the American Council on Renewable Energy; from NGOs, representatives from the Audubon Society, the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, and the Citizen’s Climate Lobby; and from academia, professors from Texas Techthe Kay Bailey Hutchison Energy Center at UT, and Rice University.

The Symposium will run from 8:30 AM to 4 PM at the Hall of State at the State Fairgrounds on Friday, April 20.  To register and for more complete information, click here.  The Symposium has applied for 6 ½ of CLE, including 1.5 hours of ethics.  The cost, which includes breakfast and lunch, is $225, $100 for government employees, and $25 for students. A preferred room rate of $129 + taxes has been secured at the Hilton Anatole Hotel.   For further information, email or call 214-521-0237, ext. 103.