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Section of Science & Technology Law: Cleantech and Climate Change Committee

Section of Science & Technology Law:
Cleantech and Climate Change Committee


About the Committee

The Clean Technology and Climate Change Committee (CTC3) raises awareness to law, policy, science, and technology issues related to climate change; strengthens the capacity for effective legal, technical and market-based responses to mitigate greenhouse gases, ease adaptation, drive innovation, assure compliance, and preserve environmental integrity; and, as appropriate, assists with the development and implementation of domestic and international laws. CTC3 draws upon the expertise of public and private sector members from a wide range of practice areas and coordinates with other committees within the ABA Section on Science and Technology Law and in other Sections.


CTC3 Hot Topics

Clean Technology and Climate Change (November, 2015) Paris Climate Conference Will Boost Demand for Cleantech


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Section Events

Section Events

    Cybersecurity and Your Law Firm: Top Tips from the Pros

    02/27/2018-02/27/2018

    The event will be held on 02/27/2018. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Center For Professional Responsibility,Law Practice Division,Section of Science & Technology Law. The event has 1.00 CLE Credits .

    Pre-RSA ISC Meeting 2018

    04/15/2018-04/16/2018

    11th Annual Face-to-Face Pre-RSA ISC Meeting April 15 16, 2018 Hosted at the Offices of Foley & Lardner, 555 California Street Keynotes from leading Administration and state cyber officials; Annual review of essential ICT cases and regulatory proceedings, quad ...

    Internet of Things National Institute

    05/09/2018-05/10/2018
    Crowell & Moring LLP
    Washington

    The Internet of Things (IOT) is defined as billions of vehicles, buildings, process control devices, wearables, medical devices, drones, consumer/business products, mobile phones, tablets, and other smart objects that are wirelessly connecting to and communicating with each other. This new top law practice ...


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