This Friday, Nov. 10 at 9:30 AM, the Georgetown University Law Center will sponsor and webcast a seminar entitled "Global Warming in the Courts: An Overview of Current Litigation and Common Legal Issues."
The first panel will examine Massachusetts v. EPA, the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case involving global warming and the Clean Air Act. The second panel will explore current and potential sources of global warming litigation, including common law nuisance doctrine, the National Environmental Policy Act, federal preemption doctrine, and corporate liability.
More information, and a link the the webcast, can be found here.
I'm told that the webcast will be available online after the event as well.