Katherine Kennedy to Present Attorney General’s Battle Against Global Warming at Law School April 14

Katherine Kennedy, Attorney General Cuomo’s Special Deputy Attorney General for Environmental Protection, will address students and faculty at Pace Law School, one of the nation’s top three centers for environmental law, to raise environmental awareness for Earth Day 2008.

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ATTORNEY GENERAL ANDREW CUOMO’S OFFICE TO PRESENT
THE LEGAL BATTLE AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING
AT PACE LAW SCHOOL

School Nationally Known for Environmental Law Participates in Cuomo’s Statewide Initiative to Raise Environmental Awareness for Earth Day 2008

Date and Time: Monday, April 14, 5:00 p.m.

This event will be open to the press.

The event will be held at:
New York State Judicial Institute Lecture Hall

Pace University School of Law
78 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603

Katherine Kennedy, Attorney General Cuomo’s Special Deputy Attorney General for Environmental Protection, will address students and faculty at Pace Law School, one of the nation’s top three centers for environmental law, to raise environmental awareness for Earth Day 2008.

Kennedy, who serves as the Chief of the Environmental Protection Bureau, will outline challenges ahead and discuss actions the Attorney General’s office has taken to preserve and protect the natural environment for all New Yorkers. She will put a specific focus on New York State’s leadership in the legal fight against global warming.

Environmental protection has been a priority of Attorney General Cuomo’s administration. Among other initiatives, his office has led efforts to fight global warming, protect the Great Lakes and other waterbodies, reduce smog and other forms of air pollution, and safeguard our communities against toxic contamination.

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