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EAC students Hannah Weisgerber JD'25, Janice Smith JD'25, and Sara Alimoradi MECP'24 wrote an op-ed about their roles as student attorney advocates representing Standing Trees, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring forests on New England’s public lands. The op-ed was published in the Valley News. Read the op-ed here.
August 2023
Seven Days VT quoted Christophe Courchesne in “Vermont and Its Schools Sued Over PCBs. Will They Win?,”.
July 2023 quoted Christophe Courchesne in “Challenge Filed to Proposed Logging Project in Northern Presidential Range,”.
June 2023
NHPR & Concord Monitor quoted Christophe Courchesne in “Advocates object to White Mountain National Forest plan to manage land near Gorham,”.
June 2023
WCAX-TV interviewed Christophe Courchesne, the Director, in “Vermont sues chemical giant Monsanto over toxic PCBs in schools, waters,”.
June 2023
“Environmental Justice: The National Context,” Christophe Courchesne was a presenter and panelist, Webinar on “Environmental Justice: What Is It and Why You Should I Care,” Environmental Business Council of New England, Rhode Island Chapter
June 2023
The New York Times: Biden Aims to End Arctic Drilling. A Trump-Era Law Could Foil His Plans.
“Biden’s going to have to do another Arctic drilling lease sale no matter what,” said Patrick Parenteau.
June 02, 2021
Bloomberg Law: Biden Era Brings Legal Disappointments for Environmental Groups
“It’s worse when your friends disappoint you,” Vermont Law School professor Patrick Parenteau said.
June 01, 2021

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