PUBLIC INTEREST ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CONFERENCE
Giving entities in nature, such as rivers and watersheds, legal rights is increasingly being advanced throughout the world. Join us in exploring indigenous perspectives on watersheds, the importance of recognizing their ecological complexities, and the importance of protecting them with Rights of Nature Law. The proposed Protect Lane County Watersheds initiative is a local example of this happening right now.
When: Friday March 3, I:15-2:45pm
Time: 1:15 – 2:45 PM
Room: LS 241 (Law School 2nd Floor, “Hollis Classroom”)