The impact of climate change on the Great Lakes as well as recent developments in climate change law and policy is the focus of the 21st Annual Great Lakes Water Conference at The University of Toledo.
The conference titled "Climate Change and the Great Lakes" will be conducted online as a live webinar Friday, Nov. 5, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The conference is sponsored by the UToledo College of Law and its Legal Institute of the Great Lakes.
"Climate change is a global problem, but its impacts are felt locally," said Ken Kilbert, professor of law and director of the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes.
The conference will feature Kim Channell, a climatologist at the University of Michigan's Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments. Channell will discuss the impacts of climate change on the Great Lakes region, especially its water resources. Other speakers will address various aspects of climate change law and policy in the United States and Canada.
Registration for the half-day conference is free for the public and $50 for attorneys seeking 3.0 hours of Ohio Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.
For more information about the conference and to register by Nov. 3, visit utoledo.edu/law/events/great-lakes.