Biolaw readers may be interested in viewing the presentations at the 12th Annual Northeast Florida Environmental Summit
, which addressed the theme "Environmental Disasters: Linking Law, Science, & Policy." The excellent opening keynote address by Jurisdynamics creator Jim Chen has the most direct relevance for biolaw, but a number of the presenters discussed themes that will prove important to addressing the drivers of biodiversity loss (especially climate change). I've highlighted a couple of the panels on Teaching Climate Change Law and Policy
and full video of the conference is available at the link above.