Bryan Cave will co-host with the UMKC Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative, the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) Law Review and several academic units of UMKC a Green Economy Symposium, Oct. 5-6 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.
The symposium will focus on preserving a livable environment in an age of environmental challenges, including climate change, water shortages and other issues, as well as discuss opportunities for businesses to advance innovation and resiliency. Speakers will present on topics such as resilient communities, sustainable energy and constitutionalism, and social inequality in a green economy.
New York Partner Kevin Healy and St. Louis Partner Steve Poplawski will present on the panel “Corporate Climate Action and Socially Responsibility Investing,” which will provide insight into the role corporate America plays in improving the urban environment. Chicago Partner Greg Hummel will discuss the challenge of renewing America’s infrastructure by framing some of the issues the Trump administration could consider on the panel “Opportunities for America’s Infrastructure.” Jefferson City Counsel Lewis Mills will present on the panel “Microgrids: Sustainability, Resiliency and Economics,” which will cover the benefits microgrids can provide to industrial customers.
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