Bio-Sequestration and the Law Conference

A one-day conference, “Bio-Sequestration and Climate Law and Policy,” will be held in New York City on October 23, 2009.  These topics will be addressed:

The Science of Sequestration and its Role in Climate Policy

Lessons Learned from On-the-Ground Projects

Reducing Emssions from Deforestation in Developing Countries

Federal Legislation and Incentives for Sequestration

Forest and Agricultural Products and Co-benefits

Sustainability Criteria

Measuring, Monitoring, Verification, and Certification

The program is being sponsored by Columbia Law School’s Center for Climate Change Law and the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy and Resources.  Further information and registration information are available at this site:

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