Events

Northeastern Environmental Law Society presents:

A winter lecture series on climate and energy issues

Fracking: What is it and why is it so controversial?

When: January 16th from 6:00-7:30PM

Where: Northeastern School of Law, Dockser Hall, Room 220

Panelists: John Rumpler ‘96, Senior Attorney, Environment America

Joe Heath, General Counsel for the Onondaga Nation

Moderated by: Dr. Len Albright, Assistant Professor of Sociology & Public Policy, Northeastern University

 

Smart Grid: Potential Climate Solution?

When: February 20th from 6:00-7:30PM

Where: Northeastern School of Law, Dockser Hall, Room TBA

Panelists: Jared Carpenter ’02, MS Energy Systems, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Engineer

Ed White, Vice President Customer & Business Strategy, National Grid

Seth Kaplan ‘93, Vice President for Policy and Climate Advocacy, Conservation Law Foundation

Moderated by: Mike Wallerstein ’08, Hearing Officer, Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities

 

2050 Regional Energy Outlook: Tackling Climate Change While Keeping The Lights On

When: March 13th from 6:00-7:30PM

Where: Northeastern School of Law, Dockser Hall, Room TBA

Panelists: Rob Sargent, Energy Program Director, Environment America

Geoff Keith, Senior Associate, Synapse Energy Economics

Jeremy McDiarmid, Massachusetts Director, Environment Northeast

Moderated by: Joan Fitzgerald, Professor of Law and Public Policy Northeastern University

 

And more to come… stay tuned at https://nuslels.wordpress.com/

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