Ad-Hoc Industry Natural Resource Management Group
For 30 years, the Ad-Hoc Industry Natural Resource Management Group has been regarded in public and private sectors alike as the leading business authority concerning the interface between natural resources (air, water, species, land), industrial activities and related issues (conservation, biodiversity, environmental stewardship, remediation and emergency response). Its work has helped companies both to prevent and resolve environmental liabilities and optimize natural capital. With active programs in the US, Europe and elsewhere, the Group provides unparalleled support and resources to its members relative to natural resource liability solutions and restoration projects. The Group has published numerous documents concerning the development of best practices under US and European natural resource liability regimes. Over the course of its history, the Group has worked with and earned the respect of government officials and a wide set of stakeholders worldwide and is viewed as a leading authority on legal, scientific, economic, policy and regulatory aspects of natural resource and environmental liability and related conservation and biodiversity issues. For further information see www.NRDonline.org.
Georgetown University Environment Initiative
The Georgetown Environment Initiative (GEI) is broad based program involving contribution and collaboration across multiple faculty and research centers of the University. GEI includes a network of diverse department, programs and centers of the University related to environmental issues, including the Law Center, Climate Center, McCourt School of Public Policy, McDonough School of Business, School of Foreign Affairs, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Office of Sustainability and various academic departments. The Initiative has a prestigious Advisory Committee comprised of representatives from universities across the nation and other environmental leaders. For further information, see the GEI website.