Monthly Archives: October 2014

Environmental Policy Initiative Presents at Greentown Labs

Energy Law Fellow Ari Peskoe recently spoke to entrepreneurs at Greentown Labs about the history and current state of electricity regulation. Greentown Labs is the largest cleantech incubator in the Northeastern United States, with more than 30 member companies. It is located one mile from the Harvard Law School campus and is a integral piece […]

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Clinic and Environmental Law Institute Submit Comments on Proposed Regulations to Implement the Fishery Management Plan for Regulating Offshore Aquaculture in the Gulf of Mexico

The Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic, in collaboration with the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), submitted comments today on regulations proposed by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to implement the Fishery Management Plan for Regulating Offshore Aquaculture in the Gulf of Mexico (FMP).  While the proposed regulations represent a positive first attempt to implement […]

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Exploring EPA’s New Power Plant Rules with Professors Freeman & Lazarus

This blog post is written by Samantha Caravello, Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. UPDATE: A video recording of “The President’s Efforts to Combat Climate Change Without Congress: What is EPA Proposing to Do and is it Legal?” is now available! In June, EPA released a proposed rule for regulating greenhouse gas emissions from existing power […]

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Professors Freeman and Lazarus Assess Legality of EPA’s Rules on Climate Change

UPDATE: A video recording of “The President’s Efforts to Combat Climate Change Without Congress: What is EPA Proposing to Do and is it Legal?” is now available! On October 8, 2014, the Harvard University Center for the Environment hosted a special panel discussion entitled, “The President’s Effort to Combat Climate Change Without Congress: What is EPA […]

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