VLS in the News
Week of April 23
April 30, 2012
- Orion Magazine had an article in its May/June issue by Professor Gus Speth, the second of a two-part series based on his book "America the Possible: Roadmap to a New Economy," which will be published in September.
- Greenwire mentioned VLS's exchange program with McGill University in Montreal in an April 30 story about cross-border environmental law issues.
- The Daily Record on April 30 profiled Kevin Tompsett '99, a lawyer with a love of mountain climbing.
- The Burlington Free Press reported April 28 on the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law's symposium on managing floodwaters and other environmental impacts in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.
- The Burlington Free Press reported April 27 on Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., securing continued funding for VLS's U.S.-China Partnership for Environmental Law.
- USA Today talked to Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on April 26 about an energy company's request for federal loan guarantees for a centrifuge project to turn uranium hexafluoride into enriched fuel for nuclear plants nationwide.
- WCAX spoke with Professor Cheryl Hanna on April 25 about two bills in the Vermont Legislature that have raised legal questions--one concerning genetically-engineered food labeling and the other the Vermont Yankee tax bill.
- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch talked to Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on April 25 about the costs of small nuclear reactors.
- The Des Moines Register spoke with Mark Cooper on April 23 about the costs of new nuclear power plants. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.