Public Policy Students Return from U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen

Public Policy Students Return from U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen

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Wed, 01/20/2010 - 11:04am
Alexa Engleman (second from left) and Dustin Maghamfar (second from right) along with this Law School classmates and Professor Cara Horowitz receive their official letters of commendation from the Los Angeles City Council.

Recently returning from the international conference in Copenhagen on climate change, two public policy students, Alexa Engleman (JD/MPP) and Dustin Maghamfar (JD/MPP) along with four of their Law School classmates were commended by the Los Angeles City Council for their work in developing recommendations for the City of Los Angeles.  These recommendations will be used in the City's advocacy initiatives for state and national legislation to reduce global warming.

As reported in the Daily Bruin:

Dustin Maghamfar, a fourth-year law and public policy student, was one of the six students who attended the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, and he said the delegation of students was very fortunate to have taken the trip. “It’s an incredible honor and immensely flattering,” Maghamfar said of the recognition given to the group.

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Recently returning from the international conference in Copenhagen on climate change, two public policy students, Alexa Engleman (JD/MPP) and Dustin Maghamfar (JD/MPP) along with four of their Law School classmates were commended by the Los Angeles City Council for their work in developing recommendations for the City of Los Angeles.  These recommendations will be used in the City's advocacy initiatives for state and national legislation to reduce global warming.

As reported in the Daily Bruin:

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Alexa Engleman (second from left) and Dustin Maghamfar (second from right) along with this Law School classmates and Professor Cara Horowitz receive their official letters of commendation from the Los Angeles City Council.