Mining Law Summit 2016

Exploring Collaborative Solutions for Mined Land Remediation

  • How do we manage the liability of developing existing mined lands?
  • What public policies encourage productive remediation and development?
  • What are the legal and technical issues we need to address together?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Mining industry leaders, public policy makers, and mining thought leaders who seek to explore these critical questions.

WHEN AND WHERE
Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Tucson, Arizona

REGISTRATION
Registration is closed. This event has already been held.

Optional informal reception Thursday, Sept. 15, 5-7 P.M. at the mining exhibit, Arizona Historical Society Museum

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Ryan Flynn, Secretary of the Environment, State of New Mexico
"Can Mineral Development and Environmental Sensitivity Live in Harmony?"

Other speakers and panelists include
Luke Danielson, Sustainable Development Strategies Group
Kirsten Engel, UA
Jim Garrison, Arizona State Historic Preservation Officer
Gail Heath, UA
Josh Hoffman, Congressional Staff
James Hopkins, UA
John Lacy, UA
Carolyn McIntosh, Patton & Boggs
Mary Poulton, UA
John Reynolds, Durango Geophysical Operations
Erhardt Werth, Arcadis

CONTACT INFORMATION
Bernadette Wilkinson
Senior Program Coordinator, College Programming & Outreach
(520) 626-1629
bwilkins@email.arizona.edu

 

Sponsored and hosted by The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Global Mining Law Program and the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources.