Join moderator Peter Henderson of Reuters News as he leads a live panel featuring several speakers from the Think Big virtual forum. Listen as they bring together various aspects of their presentations to focus on the road ahead for a cleaner, greener COVID-19 recovery and answer questions posed by participants throughout the forum. Join the session live to submit your question for the panel to discuss.
Alan Bond: School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia and Extraordinary Professor, Research Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management, North West University (Potchefstroom campus)
Andreea Niță: PhD, Senior Researcher, Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania
Stacey Fineran: Stacey A Fineran, PhD, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Environmental Assessment, MENR Director, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University
Grant Wilson: Executive Director, Earth Law Center; leading expert on the Rights of Nature, ecocentric law, and international environmental law; co-author of the first law school coursebook on Earth law
Ted Boling: Partner at the Perkins Coie law firm, former associate director of the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality, top U.S. attorney for the National Environmental Policy Act
John Sinclair: Professor and the Director of the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Manitoba, has focused work on assessment law and policy components and implementation for over twenty-five years, particularly in the areas of participation and learning
Peter Henderson, Breaking News Companies Editor, Reuters News. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA, Peter has worked as an editor and reporter for Reuters for years, covering climate change-related stories including the rise of California's carbon market, "green" companies such as Tesla, and the rush by corporations to pledge carbon neutrality, with a sharp look at the details of those promises. Peter's work as a business journalist in California also spans the .com implosion and growth of social media and Big Tech. He has reported on national issues from hurricanes to the mortgage crisis over a decade ago. He began working for Reuters in Moscow covering the rise of the post-Soviet Economy.