Monthly Archives: May 2015

ELP Convenes Meeting on Natural Gas Leakage in Boston

On May 7, EPI Director Kate Konschnik and Clinical Instructor Aladdine Joroff, who co-chairs the Boston Bar Association’s air committee, convened a meeting at the Boston Bar Association on methane leakage from natural gas distribution. Kathryn McKain, a Harvard graduate student who participates in the EPI Oil and Gas Discussion Group, led by Kate Konschnik, […]

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On CNN, Professor Lazarus Speaks Out Five Years After Gulf Oil Spill

On April 14, Professor Lazarus appeared on a CNN Special Report, Blowout: The Gulf Oil Disaster, marking five years since the Gulf Oil Spill. Lazarus, who served as Executive Director of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, described the “systemic failure” of BP, Halliburton, and Transocean that led […]

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Clinic Submits Comments on Proposed Regulations for Offshore Drilling in the Arctic

The Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic submitted comments today on the Department of the Interior’s (“DOI”) proposed regulations for offshore exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic.  The Emmett Clinic supported the agency’s proposals to require that operators maintain a secondary drill rig in the Arctic to respond to potential losses of well control and that […]

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2015 T.A. Barron Fellows Awarded

T.A. Barron Fellowships are awarded to students doing exceptional work within the public interest environmental law field during the summer of 2015. They are supported by author and conservationist T.A. Barron (’82). The 2015 fellowships have been awarded to the following students. Alice Cherry is a 2L interested in climate justice issues. Alice graduated from […]

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Dr. Dudek Discusses Long March to Reducing Carbon Emissions in China

On April 6, the Harvard Environmental Law Program was honored to welcome Dr. Dan Dudek, Vice President of the Environmental Defense Fund China Office, to campus. Dr. Dudek is one of the world’s leading experts in developing cap-and-trade programs to reduce pollution at the lowest possible cost. He is widely credited with developing the cap-and-trade model […]

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