|1.||Panel 1: Environmental Policy and the Stewardship Movement; Special Address from Senator Karen Tallian||01:19:29||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||4/17/2012||Dr. Carol Johnston, Rev. T Wyatt Watkins, and Prof. Tom Wilson discuss the Ethics of Environmental Law and how belief systems have affected legal controversies.
Senator Karen Tallian, Ranking Minority Member, Energy & Env. Affairs Committee gives a special address titled "The future of environmental issues in Indiana: what we might expect in coming years".||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||English|
|2.||Panel 2: Agriculture and the Environment||01:10:47||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||4/17/2012||Kim Ferraro, Josh Trenary, Amy Cornell, and Dr. Bill Beranek discuss how changing regulations at the federal and state level will affect Midwest farming operations.||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||English|
|3.||Panel 3: Developments in State Environmental Law and Policy||01:52:37||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||4/17/2012||Senator Beverly Gard, State Rep. Mary Ann Sullivan, Jesse Kharbanda, and Terry Hall discuss the competing perspectives from the front lines of Indiana state environmental and energy legislation and practice.||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||English|
|4.||Keynote: Overview of recent and ongoing regulatory and enforcement efforts from the EPA||00:55:37||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||4/17/2012||Bertram C. Frey, Deputy Regional Counsel, US EPA Office of Reg. Counsel Reg. 5 presents the symposium keynote: "Overview of recent and ongoing regulatory and enforcement efforts from the EPA".||IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law||English||