The ninth annual Red Clay Conference was held at the University of Georgia School of Law on Friday and Saturday, April 4-5, 1997. This event was hosted by the Environmental Law Association at UGA and sponsored by the Georgia Environmental Policy Institute and the Turner Foundation.

How will construction of the Mall of Georgia impact the environment? How can Atlanta's traffic congestion and water system comply with the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts? What will the proposed EPA ozone standard mean for Georgia businesses? These questions and many more were examined.


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Saturday, April 12th
12:00 AM

Ninth Annual Red Clay Conference

Carol Rose, Yale Law School
James Porter, University of Georgia School of Ecology
Rick Parrish, Southern Environmental Law Center
Doug Haines, Georgia Center for Law in the Public Interest
Steve Langford, Georgia Senate
Ken Poston, Georgia House of Representatives

12:00 AM