Green Eggs & Ham

Evening Edition:  The New Administration Environment - A discussion of the current and expected changes to local and federal environmental policy in the new Presidential administration.

Tuesday, February 7  //  6 PM - 8 PM

At Manuel's Tavern


Green Eggs & Ham is an ongoing morning (usually) program of Generation Green of the Georgia Conservancy. Each event features a topical discussion with a compelling speaker or panel.

For our winter installment of Green Eggs & Ham, panelists and attendees will discuss the current and expected changes to local, state and federal environmental policy in the new Presidential administration.

With the inauguration of the next President of the United States forthcoming and appointments of cabinet members to follow, environmental groups across the country are watching closely to see what may change under the new administration.

Join us for an engaging discussion with panelists from various organizations in the environmental space to learn about changes that have already taken place and what we may expect to see across Georgia and the country as a whole.


Panelists:

  • Kevin Jeselnik, Staff Attorney at Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
  • MaKara Rumley, Former Senior Advisor to EPA Region 4 Administrator
  • Justin Wong, Environmental and Natural Resources Associate at Troutman Sanders LLP

MODERATED BY:

  • Russ Pennington, Environmental and Governmental Affairs Consultant at McGuireWoods Consulting
 

Cost: $10 per person
Includes: Admission and appetizers



About Generation Green:
Founded in 1994, Generation Green is an elected board of directors committed to supporting the Georgia Conservancy and its mission and programs. Generation Green empowers our communities to protect and enjoy Georgia’s outdoors through adventure trips, service projects and social and educational events.