California and the Future of Environmental Policy will be the focus of a two-day conference on February 16-17 sponsored by the California Center for Environmental Law & Policy and the Goldman School of Public Policy Center for Environmental Public Policy. The conference will bring leading scholars together to begin mapping California’s environmental agenda for the next 20 years. The conference focus is not strictly local, however. The program includes discussion of California’s role in pioneering environmental solutions with implications for national and global policymaking. Conference organizers anticipate future publication of a conference volume as well as possible publication of some individual papers in the Ecology Law Quarterly.