Please join us for our annual half-day CLE program, co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute, on Thursday, October 29, 2015. Panelists will discuss how green infrastructure can improve the urban landscape, mitigate climate change impacts, and even pay fiscal dividends.

Panel topics include:

• Green Bonds: Challenges, Trends, and Growth Opportunities
• Planning for Resiliency to Adapt to Climate Change
• Avoiding or Minimizing the Impacts of Federal and State Stormwater Enforcement under the Clean Water Act
• Prince George's County: A P3 Model for Green Infrastructure


12:30 PM – 1:15 PM | Registration and lunch
1:15 PM – 5:15 PM | Program
5:15 PM – 6:00 PM | Cocktail reception in Philadelphia

Click here for the full conference agenda

The program will be held in Philadelphia and via live simulcast in New York, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Atlanta. Lunch will be provided in all locations. In Philadelphia, the program will be followed by a cocktail reception.

NOTE: The conference is at capacity in Philadelphia and registration has closed for that location. However, we encourage you to register to attend in one of our simulcast locations, or you can add your name to the waiting list for Philadelphia in the event space becomes available. 



Philadelphia (waiting list only)
Ballard Spahr
1735 Market Street, 48th floor

New York (simulcast)
Ballard Spahr
919 Third Avenue, 37th Floor

Washington, D.C. (simulcast)
Ballard Spahr
1909 K Street, NW, 12th Floor

Baltimore (simulcast)
Ballard Spahr
300 East Lombard Street, 18th Floor

Atlanta (simulcast)
Ballard Spahr
999 Peachtree Street, Suite 1000

Phoenix (simulcast)
Ballard Spahr
1 East Washington Street, Suite 2300

Pittsburgh (simulcast)
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
11 Stanwix Street, 17th Floor

This program offers 3.0 PA and 3.6 NJ and NY CLE credits. Uniform certificates of attendance will also be available for the purpose of seeking CLE credit in other jurisdictions.

For more information, contact Lisa Cheresnowsky at 215.864.8657 or


Related Practices

Climate Change and Sustainability
Environment and Natural Resources
Public Finance