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Mary Wood: Speeches

Speaker, 2015 Natural Resources Law Teachers Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah (May 27 – 29, 2015).

Panelist for Symposium, “Rethinking Race in the Anthropocene,” University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (May 7-9 2015).

Keynote Speaker, Douglas County Global Warming Coalition, Roseburg, Oregon (November 6, 2014).

Keynote, Nature's Trust:  Environmental Law for the New Ecological Age, Lecture Series, Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law (Oct. 23, 2014)

Speaker, Harvest Feast for Habitat, Walama Restoration Project, Eugene, Oregon (October 17, 2014).

Speaker, University of Toledo College of Law, Toledo, Ohio (October 9, 2014).

Speaker, Prairie Rivers Network, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Illinois (October 10, 2014).

Speaker, Trust Reform Symposium, Seattle University and Intertribal Timber Council, Seattle, Washington (October 3, 2014).

Guest Speaker, "Nature's Trust Doctrine," Eugene City Club Program, Eugene, Oregon (September 26, 2014).

Guest Lecturer, "Nature's Trust Doctrine," Yachats Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yachats, Oregon (September 7, 2014).

Keynote, ENVS Joint Campus Conference, EMU, Eugene, Oregon (May 30, 2014).

Keynote, “Nature’s Trust,” Public Trust Workshop, Cornell University (May 14-16, 2014).

Guest Lecturer, Environmental Politics Class, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (May 12, 2014).

Guest Speaker, Sustainability Concepts Across Disciplines course, sponsored by the Sustainable Cities Initiative, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (May 2, 2014).

Nature's Trust and the Heart of Humanity, Earth Sunday Address to the Congregation, First United Methodist, Eugene, Oregon (April 27, 2014).

H241 Boehl Distinguished Lecturer in Land Use Policy, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky (Thursday, April 10, 2014).

Keynote Speaker, The Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy and the Yale Climate and Energy Institute speaker series titled, The Climate and Energy Bookshelf, Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut (April 3, 2014). For more information, click here.

Keynote Address, Braiding Indian Trust and Public Trust Obligations with Environmental Law, Tribal Leaders' Summit with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1, video conference (April 1, 2014).

Keynote Address, 32nd Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene Oregon (February 27 – March 2, 2014).

Keynote Speaker, Center for Earth's Justice (CEJ) Conference "Future Generations, Public Lands, Public Water, Public Trust," Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Florida.  (February 7, 2014) Video Conference.

Featured Speaker, The Collaborative on Health and the Environment, "Nature's Trust: Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age" (February 4, 2014).

Guest Lecture, Environmental Advocacy Class, Stetson Law School (by Skype) (February 3, 2014).

Guest Speaker, LLM Environmental Law class, Vermont Law School (by Skype) (January 29, 2014).

Guest Lecture, Atmospheric Trust Litigation, Spencer Butte Middle School 6th Grade Class, Eugene, Oregon (January. 14, 2014).

Speaker, EarthKeepers' Meeting, Unitarian Church, Eugene, Oregon (January 9, 2014).

Speaker, Nature's Trust Book Signing, McCall Public Library, McCall, Idaho (January 2, 2014).

Keynote Speaker, "Nature's Trust, Climate Change & The Law," World Affairs Council, Portland, Oregon (December 3, 2013).  For more information, click here.

Participant, Oregon Historical Society, A Celebration of Oregon Authors,  December 1, 2013, Portland, Oregon.  For more information click here.

Nature's Trust, Book Reading and Signing, Wayne Morse Commons, University of Oregon Knight Law Center, Eugene, Oregon (November 19, 2013).

Keynote Speaker, Environmental Law and Justice Symposium, Florida A&M College of Law, Orlando, Florida (November 7-8, 2013) (Expanded bio) (PDF of Speech) (video of Speech).

Guest lecture, Environmental Law Class, University of Oregon School of Law (Oct. 31, 2013).

Guest Lecture, Science and Politics of Climate Change Class, University of Oregon (October 29, 2013).

Keynote Speaker, "Nature's Trust: Environmental Law for an Ecological Age," 2013 Tribal Environmental Summit, Spokane, Washington (October 10, 2013). View PFD

Public Address, "Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age," Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, Washington (October 10, 2013). For a description of the talk, click here. For more media coverage of the event, click here.

Keynote Speaker, "The Federal Indian Trust Doctrine and Natural Resources Law", 2013 Tribal Environmental Summit, Spokane, Washington, (October 10, 2013). To view the presentation click here.

Guest Speaker, "Hangout" with Prof. Hornstein, Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy class on Coursera, MOOC (SKYPE) (September 28, 2013).

Guest Lecture, Land Trust and Conservation Easement Law Class, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon (March 13, 2013).

“Land Trust and Conservation Easement Law.” University of Oregon School of law, Eugene, Oregon, (March 13, 2013).

“Media Matters.” Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, (March 2, 2013).

Guest Lecture, Environmental Advocacy Class, Stetson University College of Law, Tampa, Florida, (February 25, 2013) (by Skype). 

Guest Lecture, Climate Accountability, Public Opinion, and Legal Strategies Workshop, Union of Concerned Scientists, La Jolla, California (June 14 -15, 2012). 

“Tribal Sovereignty, Reserved Rights, and Environmental Protection,” National Indian Timber Symposium, Warm Springs, Oregon, (May 17, 2012).

Invited speaker for Earth Day event, “Stories of TRUST: Calling for Climate Recovery,” Bijou Theater, Eugene, OR, (April 25, 2012).

Guest lecture, Climate Law and Policy Class, Vermont Law School, (April 12, 2012) (by video conference).

“Taking the Long View When Allocating Water Resources,” Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 1-4, 2012).

“New Directions in Environmental Law: [Re]Claiming Accountability,” Yale Law Environmental Conference, (Febuary 24-25, 2012).

“Victory Speeches for Climate Crisis,” Montana Powershift, Missoula, Montana, (February 18, 2012).

"Nature's Trust: Environmental Law for an Ecological Age," Keynote Address, Ideas Matter Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon (February 17, 2011).

"The Politics of Climate Change," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (October 28, 2011).

Invited participant, "The Commons Law Project," Bennington, Vermont (October 27-30, 2011).

"Guest Lecture, International Environmental Law, Chapman Law School, (October 25, 2011) (by video conference).

"Ethical Dilemmas in a New Ecological Age," Oregon Planning Institute, "Planning with Purpose," Eugene, Oregon (September 15, 2011).

"Local Food Production and Regulation," JELL Symposium, "The Local Revolution: How Relationship and Legal Policies are Creating Sustainable Communities Around the Country", Eugene, Oregon (September 9, 2011).

"Climate and the Law," Panel Presentation, AREDAY Summit, "Putting the Green in Green – Monetizing Carbon in the Global Economy," Aspen, Colorado (August 18-21, 2011).

"Tribes and the Federal Trust Relationship: Thoughts about Its Past, Present, and Future," Panel Presentation, Tribes as Sovereign Governments in an Unstable Political Environment, Native Leadership Forum, Temecula, CA (June 2-3, 2011).

Interview with Viv Benton, "The Good Life,"" Australia Radio, 3WBC, http://www.wwmn.net/2011/05/live-the-good-life-with-the-bentons/ (May 12, 2011).

Environment 2050 Interview with David Rejeski, Director, Science and Technology Innovation Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (April 26, 2011).

"Atmospheric Trust Litigation," Video-conference Keynote Address, "Climate Change Law Conference," University of California, Irvine School of Law, Irvine, California (April 1, 2011).

"Nature's Trust: Environmental Law for the New Ecological Age," Address, UC Davis Law Review Symposium: The Public Trust Doctrine, Davis, California (March 4, 2011).

"Alternative Agriculture: Urban Farming & Micro-Ranching," Panel Presentation, "Food Justice, Security, and Sustainability," Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics (February 19-21, 2011). Click here for Professor Wood's memo on microlivestock.

"Nature's Trust: Environmental Law for an Ecological Age," Keynote Address, Ideas Matter Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon (February 17, 2011). View PDF

"Climate Crisis and Citizenship," Fort Nightly Club, First Congregational Church, Eugene, Oregon (February 17, 2011).

"The Politics of Climate Change," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (February 15, 2011).

"Microlivestock and the Urban Homestead: Bringing Meat and Dairy to the Neighborhood," Interview, UO Today, Eugene, Oregon (February 8, 2011).

"Green Living – Getting Children Involved," Address, Green Home Show, Eugene, Oregon (January 22, 2011).

"Local Food Sovereignty," St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Eugene, Oregon (November 3, 2010).

Panel presentation, Eugene Local and Green Community Conference, Eugene (October 30, 2010).

"Climate Change and the Role of Victory Congregations," Video-Conference Keynote Address, "Planet in Crisis: Mercy Response," Sisters of Mercy Justice Conference, Biddeford Pool, Maine (October 30, 2010). Click here to view Mercy Northeast bimonthly publication.

"The Politics of Climate Change," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (October 27, 2010).

Introduction, Speaker Dr. James Hansen, co-sponsored by the ENR Center and Morse Center for Law & Politics, on Climate Ethics and Equity Theme of Inquiry, UO Law School (October 16, 2010). Click Here for Introduction.

"The Planet On Your Docket, Atmospheric Trust Workshop," University of Oregon, (October 15, 2010).

Opening Address and Panel Presentation, "Urban Homesteading and Microlivestock," Cultivating Our Future: New Landscapes in Food and Agricultural Law and Policy, Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium,University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon (October 1, 2010).

"The Public Trust in Oceans: A Potential Judicial Role," Ocean Impacts of Climate Change: Science, People and Policy, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics Symposium cosponsored by PISCO: Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans and the UO School of Law (September 10, 2010).

"Climate Crisis and Citizenship," Eugene Rotary Club, Eugene, Oregon (June 8, 2010).

"Urban Homesteading for Kids," 4J School, Eugene, Oregon (June 8, 2010). Click herefor Citizens not Consumers. Click here for Urban Homesteading Menu.

Interview with John Concillo for “William O. Douglas: Liberty and Wilderness,” Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission (documentary forthcoming 2011) (June 2, 2010).

Official testimony on microlivestock ordinance before the Eugene City Council, Eugene, Oregon (May 24, 2010).

"The Politics of Climate Change," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (April 30, 2010).

How the International Law of Badminton Saved Endangered Species Habitat," Address, "Crisis and Collaboration: Environmental Decision Making in a Rapidly Changing Landscape" A Series of Fireside Conversations, Eugene, Oregon (April 21, 2010).

Moderator, "Climate Change: What Are Our Representatives Doing?" Climate Crisis Working Group Public Forum, Eugene, Oregon (April 7, 2010).

"Climate Change and Food Security," Address, Lane County Food Policy Council, Eugene, Oregon (April 6, 2010).

Panelist, "Intergenerational Equality: Saving the Planet for Future Generations," Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics Symposium, Eugene, Oregon (March 11, 2010).

"Actions by Individuals, Businesses, NGO's, and Governmental Bodies," Panel Presentation, "Globalization, Economic Justice, and Climate Change," 2010 Trina Grillo Retreat, Eugene, Oregon (March 7, 2010).

"The Public Trust: 1,500 Years Old and Still Kicking," Panel Presentation, "Recover Renew Reimagine," 28th Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, Oregon (February 26, 2010).

"Climate Change and Food Security," Panel Presentation, City of Eugene Food Security Town Hall, Eugene, Oregon (February 17, 2010).

"Raising Citizens Not Consumers," Good Earth Home Show, Eugene, Oregon (January 23, 2010). Click here for the Citizens Not Consumers handout.

"Government's Atmospheric Trust Responsibility," Climate Ethics and Law Class, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (November 23, 2009).

"Atmospheric Trust Litigation: A Strategy to Fight Climate Change," Video-Conference Keynote Address, ART Climate Workshop, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (November 23, 2009).

"People-powered Politics," Keynote Address, Powershift West Rally, Eugene, Oregon (November 8, 2009).

"Agribusiness and Local Farming: The Effects of Food on Climate Change," Panelist, Powershift West Summit, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (November 7, 2009).

"Political Action, Youth Empowerment," Panelist, Powershift West Summit, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (November 7, 2009).

"Victory Speakers," Journalism Class, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (November 3, 2009).

"350 Day! Artists for Climate Action," Hult Center, Eugene, Oregon (October 24, 2009). Click here for the 350 Day handout. Media coverage at examiner.com. See story by Johnny Kilroy on the Tenthmil Blog, Three Fifty! (Jan. 2, 2010), at http://tenthmil.com/campaigns/restore/three_fifty.

"Climate Policy: What if Politics Fail Us?,"Dialogue with James McCarthy and Dale Jamieson, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon (October 22, 2009).

"Nature's Trust as a Paradigm Shift in Environmental and Natural Resources Law," Video-conference Address, Georgetown Environmental Workshop (October 8, 2009).

Dialogue Participant, "Community Conversation on the Ethics of Climate Change, Community Philosophy Institutes, University of Oregon Philosophy Department, Eugene, Oregon (October 3, 2009).

"Climate Crisis and Citizenship," Emerald Empire Kiwanis Club, Eugene, Oregon (September 17, 2009).

"Nature's Trust and Planetary Patriotism," Address, Grade School History Club, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (June 3, 2009).

"Victory Congregations: Voicing the Sacred Trust Covenant in Climate Defense," Address, St. Thomas More Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon (May 19, 2009).
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"The Politics of Climate Change," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (May 4, 2009).

"Victory Congregations: Voicing the Sacred Trust Covenant in Climate Defense," Earth Sunday Address, First United Methodist Church, Eugene, Oregon (May 3, 2009).
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"Environmental Benefits of Local Food Production," Address, Church Women United, First United Methodist Church, Eugene, Oregon (April 3, 2009).

"A Trust Paradigm for a New Presidency," Presentation, Beyond the Discrimination Frame: Effective Strategies for Redress in the 21st Century Symposium, Henderson Center for Social Justice, UC Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, California (March 13, 2009).

Opening Remarks and Introductions, Climate Crisis Working Group, Harris Hall, Eugene, Oregon (March 11, 2009); Forum aired on Community Television of Lane County, Cable Channel 29 (April 15 & 22, 2009).

"Perfection v. Survival: A Lawyer's Role in the Age of Global Warming," Address, Environmental and Land Use Section of the Lane County Bar Association (February 25, 2009). To view a powerpoint presentation for this address, click here.

"The Climate Victory Speakers," Address, League of Women Voters, Eugene, Oregon (February 19, 2009).

"A Political Paradigm for the New Administration," Address, Environmental Politics, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (February 17, 2009).

Bridging Law and Science in the Face of Climate Emergency," Address, "Sustainable Solutions," A Series of Fireside Conversations on Global Warming, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (February 12, 2009).
For more information, please visit Meeting Nature's Mandate .

"Environmental Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution," Lecture to Alternative Dispute Resolution Masters Program Students, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (January 26, 2009).

"Carbon-Cutting for Your Future," Address, Edgewood Community School, Eugene, Oregon (December 11, 2008).

"Act Locally, Think Globally: How Nature's Trust Can Seed Relocalization and Pollinate Planetary Patriotism," Address, Post Carbon Eugene, Eugene, OR (December 10, 2008).

"Tribal History and U.S. History," Address, Grade School History Club, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (December 2, 2008).

"Government's Atmospheric Trust Obligation," Address, Environmental Planners and Policymakers, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (November 21, 2008).

"Government's Atmospheric Trust Responsibility," Keynote Address, J.E.L.L. Climate Change Conference, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (October 19, 2007).

Public Trust Workshop, Northwest Environmental Defense Center, Westwind Camp, OR (October 11, 2008).

"The Atmosphere and the Public Trust: Atmospheric Trust Litigation," Keynote Address, Reunion Weekend, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (October 10, 2008).

"Federal Indian Law and Policy," Seminar for US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC (August 26, 2008).

"Idaho's Atmospheric Trust Obligation," Public Keynote Address, Sponsored by the Green LEEDers, Boise, ID (August 21, 2008).

Interview with Gavin Dahl, Boise Community Radio, 89.9FM, http://radioactivegavin.wordpress.com/2008/08/26/no-time-for-passive-lawmakers/ (August 21, 2008).

Briefing to Idaho State Legislators and Community Leaders, Boise, ID (August 21, 2008).

"The Planet on Your Docket," Keynote Address, Montana Trial Lawyers Association, Flathead Lake, MT (August 7, 2008).

"The Atmosphere and the Public Trust," Address to US Fish and Wildlife Service Supervisors Meeting, v-conference to Monterey, CA (June 24, 2008).

"Taking Back Tomorrow: Why Children Should Stand Up Against Global Warming," Address, Eugene Middle Schools, filmed by Art for the Sky, http://www.inconcertwithnature.com/, Eugene, OR (June 6, 2008).

"United States v. Oregon: A Forty Year Retrospective," Keynote Address, Portland, OR (May 28-29, 2008).

"Saved by the Salmon," Sammy Awards, Vancouver, WA (May 15, 2008).
To read Rebecca Biddle Wood Hardesty and Mary Christina Wood's biographies, click here.

"Nature's Trust: A Global Paradigm for Managing Natural Resources," Address, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR (May 5, 2008).

"Tribes as Trustees: The Emerging Role in the Global Conservation Trust Movement," Panel Presentation, Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 8, 2008).

"Using the Energy of the Law to Change the Energy of the World," Panel Presentation, US-UK Video-linked Panel, Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 7, 2008).

"Building a Better Atmosphere: Legislative & Agency Responses to Global Warming," Panel Presentation, Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 7, 2008).

"Culvert Case: Implications for the Future," Panel Presentation, Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 7, 2008).

"Public Trust: Tapping the Potential of the Common Law Trust," Panel Presentation, Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Eugene, OR (March 6, 2008).
Public Trust Panel Press Release

"Aspiring Towards Global Peace Through Nature's Trust Principles," Lane Peace Center's Peace and Democracy Conference, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR (February 29, 2008).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal Paradigm for Protecting Land and Natural Resources for Future Generations,"Keynote Address, The Triumph or Tragedy of the Commons, The Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature, and the Written Word, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (February 28, 2008).

"Law and Climate Change: Government's Atmospheric Trust Responsibility,"Keynote Address, Video-conference, University of Montana, Missoula, MT (February 19, 2008); Keynote Address aired on Missoula Community Access Television, Channel 7 in Missoula and 8 in Grant Creek, (March 12 & 14, 2008).

Metcalf, Peter, "Law Professor Says Government Obligated to Curb Climate Change," New West.Net: The Voice of the Rocky Mountains (February 20, 2008).

"Victory Speakers for Climate Crisis: Voicing Government's Obligation," Keynote Address, Eugene City Public Library, Eugene, OR (February 17, 2008). To read an abstract of this speech, click here.

"Advancing Climate Solutions in Business, Law, Design, and Public Health: How You Can Do Activism in Your Career," Panel Presentation, Cascade Power Shift, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (February 9, 2008).

"C.E.S. Wood Documentary Premiere-Remarks," Address, Premiere of the PBS documentary, "C.E.S. Wood" (February 7, 2008).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal, Economic, Political and Moral Frame for Global Warming,"Keynote Address, American Fisheries Society, Idaho chapter, annual meeting (February 5, 2008).

"Remarks at the Unveiling of the Portrait of Chief Joseph," Address, Unveiling of Chief Joseph, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (February 1, 2008).

Global Warming Focus Group, McCall, Idaho (January 3, 2008).
McCall Climate Focus Group Outline

"The Draft No One is Telling You About: Global Warming and Your Future," Address to McCall-Don

nelly High School and Elementary School Environmental Sciences Classes, McCall, Idaho (December 2007).
Global Warming and Your Future Powerpoint Presentation (also as PDF)
Dear People of McCall: A Letter From a Middle School Student

Team Up to Tackle Climate Change, Motivational Speech, Step It Up 2007 Global Warming Rally, Eugene, Oregon (November 3, 2007), available at http://stepitup2007.org/article.php?id=682.

"Government's Atmospheric Trust Responsibility," Keynote Address, J.E.L.L. Climate Change Conference, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (October 19, 2007).

"EPA's Protection of Tribal Harvests: Braiding the Agency's Mission," Keynote Address, Native Environmental Sovereignty Project: Annual Rennard Strickland Lecture Series, Many Nations Longhouse, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (September 21, 2007).

"Courts as Guardians of the Global Trust," Keynote Address, "Earth on Fire," A Series of Fireside Conversations on Global Warming, Many Nations Long House, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (August 29, 2007).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal, Economic, Political and Moral Frame for Global Warming,"Keynote Address, Southwest Renewable Energy Conference, Boulder, CO (August 1, 2007).

"Nature's Trust and An Ecological Future," Keynote Address, Central Oregon LandWatch, Bend, OR (June 16, 2007).

"Fiddling

While Earth Burns?: Your Government's Role in Global Warming," Teach-In with Peter Walker, Climate Change Course, Environmental Studies Department, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (June 7, 2007).

"Government and Climate Crisis: Discretion or Obligation?," Keynote Address, Eugene City Club, Eugene, OR (May 4, 2007).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal, Political and Moral Frame for Global Warming," Keynote Address sponsored by Clark College, Friends of Clark County and Sierra Club, Vancouver, WA (April 21, 2007).

"Business As Usual or Leading a New World? — Your Role in Global Warming," University Earth Day Address, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (April 18, 2007).

Global Warming Forum re Mass v. EPA, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (April 9, 2007). Professor Wood's trust framework is featured in this article.

“The ESA, Salmon and the Federal Columbia River Power System: Can they Co-Exist?” Panel Presentation, Remembering Celilo: Indian Fishing and the Columbia River, Portland, OR (March 8-9, 2007).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal, Political and Moral Frame for Global Warming," Keynote Address, 25th Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (March 2, 2007).

"The Public Trust Doctrine & Climate Change," Pacific Waterkeepers Regional Meeting, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (March 1, 2007).

Presentation by Prof. Mary Wood Legislative Briefing to Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee on Global Warming, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR (February 16, 2007).

"Nature's Trust: A Legal, Political and Moral Frame for Global Warming," Address, Frank Church Conference, Boise, Idaho (Jan. 22, 2007).

"Nature's Trust and An Ecological Future," public address for McCall Arts and Humanities Council (dedicated to Nell Tobias), McCall, Idaho (Jan. 10, 2007).

"The Draft No One is Telling You About: Global Warming and Your Future," Address to McCall-Donnelly High School Environmental Sciences Classes, McCall, Idaho (Jan. 4 & 5, 2007).

"Nature's Trust: Reclaiming Environmental Discourse," Keynote Address, Oregon Bioneers Conference, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon (Oct. 20, 2006).

"EPA's Protection of Tribal Harvests: Braiding the Agency's Mission," Keynote Address at EPA Region 10-Tribal Leaders Summit, Umatilla Indian Reservation, Pendleton, Oregon (Aug. 22, 2006).

"Origins and Development of the Trust Responsibility: Paternalism or Protection?" Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico (Apr. 10, 2003).

For a complete list of Professor Wood's speeches, please see her curriculum vitae.

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