In recent months, the North Carolina legislature has made vast changes to the state's laws in a variety of areas. Four panelists discuss how the current political environment in North Carolina is affecting the natural environment. Speakers: Ellie Kinnaird, former North Carolina Senator for the 23rd District, Orange and Chatham Counties; Mary Maclean Asbill, lawyer-lobbyist at the Southern Environmental Law Center; Brooks Pearson, lawyer-lobbyist at the Southern Environmental Law Center; and Jedediah Purdy, Robinson O. Everett Professor of Law at Duke University School of Law. Sponsored by the Environmental Law Society, the Duke Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society, the Duke University Greening Initiative through the Nicholas School, and the Duke Law Blueprint Fund.
How North Carolina's Political Environment is Affecting the Environment
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