Some of the world’s most pressing problems concern environmental protection, climate change, and energy policy. Is American environmental law robust enough to respond to these challenges? What does the future hold with a new administration? Has American leadership on global environmental issues reached its zenith? These and other pressing questions about the past and future of environmental law are addressed by a distinguished panel of former senior government officials: A. James Barnes, Gina McCarthy, and Bill Reilly. The discussion is be moderated by Professor Jody Freeman.