November 10, 2010 - Meg Caldwell, Executive Director of the Center for Ocean Solutions and Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program at Stanford, and Larry Crowder, Visiting Scientist at the Center for Ocean Solutions and Professor of Marine Biology at Duke University, discuss the implications of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill from both a regulatory and an ecological standpoint and what this might mean for the future of oil exploration in the United States.
Center for Ocean Solutions
Stanford Energy Seminar
Stanford University Channel on YouTube
Tagged under: cap trade,environment,energy ethics equity,environmental justice,impacts,natural gas,petroleum
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