DFLSC 2012: A Just Transition to a Green Economy | Broadening the Energy/Environmental Discourse

January 27, 2012

Opening Remarks: Dr. Pamela Maxson, Research Director, Duke Children's Environmental Health Initiative
Panel 1 -- Broadening the Energy/Environmental Discourse: Why and How
Moderator: Michelle Nowlin, Senior Lecturing Fellow and Supervising Attorney
for Duke's Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
Caroline Farrell*, Director of the Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment
Michael Rawson*, Co-Director of the Public Interest Law Project
Chandra Taylor, Senior Attorney at the Southern Environmental Law Center

About the Forum: The Forum's is to foster progressive discussion around important social issues. Each year the students on the journal select a theme which serves as the subject for lunch events, an annual publication of scholarly articles, and an annual symposium.
About the theme: This year's theme explores how to ensure the
environmental and economic benefits of a green economy are extended to communities that have been disproportionately burdened by our fossil-fuel based economy.