The Eberly College of Law at the West Virginia University, in collaboration with the ASIL Interest Group on International Environmental Law and the ESIL IG on International Environmental Law, is organising a panel discussion on the ‘US rejoining the Paris Agreement’.  The event will be held online on 10 March 2021 12:00-1:00 pm (Washington time).

As of February 19, the U.S. is once again a part of the United Nations Paris Agreement on Climate Change. What does that mean for climate change and public policy, in America and worldwide? Join the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences for a discussion and Q&A with global climate policy experts representing government, international organizations, academia and science including former envoy of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the minister counselor of the Finnish Permanent Mission at the UN in New York and a director from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.