On The Environment
YCELP Communications Research Assistant Lucy Kessler sits down with Rod Richardson, President of the Grace Richardson Fund, to discuss Clean Energy Tax Cuts and other market-driven solutions to pressing public policy challenges.
Red Lights to Green Lights: From 20th Century Environmental Regulation to 21st Century Sustainability
Professor Daniel C. Esty sits down with YCELP Research Assistant Lucy Kessler to discuss his new law review article and his argument for a 21st century approach to environmental law.
Attorney Arden Shenker joins Yale Law School student Conor Dwyer Reynolds in the studio to discuss the power of private lawsuits in public environmental policy, with a specific focus on the 1963 case Renken v. Harvey Aluminum.
James Cameron, Executive Fellow with the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy and partner at Systemiq, joins Lucy Kessler, a student at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, for a conversation.
Former EPA deputy administrator and guest lecturer in the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Bob Sussman joins Emma Crow-Willard to discuss the Clean Power Plan.
Whether locating wire snares in Africa or dyer's woad in the western United States, dogs are helping conservationists monitor wildlife and eradicate invasive species.
Nuclear Energy Post Paris Agreement: A Conversation with Christine Todd Whitman
Liz Barratt-Brown, Senior Advisor to NRDC & Executive Committee member of the Yale Law School, joins Catherine Martini for a conversation.
Litigating for the Environment: A Conversation with Deborah Goldberg
The Significance of the Bureaucrat in Western American History: Hair-Raising Tales from the Department of the Interior
Dr. Patty Limerick joins Stephanie Ratte for a conversation about the importance of history for understanding environmental issues today, challenges and opportunities in the American West, and why we should care more about bureaucrats.