Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 7:30am to 10:00pm
The Governor Hill Mansion
136 State Street, Augusta
Substantial new environmental policy has recently been enacted by the Maine legislature in the areas of chemical regulation and single-use product packaging. Aggressive new climate goals have been set via the formation of the Maine Climate Council. What are the opportunities and impacts of the new legislation? How will it change Maine’s business landscape and advance the state’s objectives?
Our expert panel will share their insights and forecast the effects of these new policies on Maine’s environment and economy. Ample time for Q&A and networking will be provided.
Confirmed speakers include:
Jerry Reid – Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Pete Didisheim – Senior Director, Advocacy, Natural Resources Council of Maine
Rebecca Graham – Legislative Advocate, Maine Municipal Association
Moderator: Bill Ferdinand, Eaton Peabody