Monthly Archives: September 2014

India’s Poisonous Nuclear Power

Guest blogger Catherine Craig, Northeastern School of Law JD ’15 and Vermont Law School MELP’15, contributes this post. Despite limited fuel supply and insufficient regulation, India intends to become a world leader in nuclear power.  It aspires for nuclear power … Continue reading

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A new push on arsenic

I had the good fortune to be one of 40 people invited to participate in the 2014 MDIBL Human and Environmental Sustainability Summit 2014 on the Environmental and Human Health Consequences of Arsenic.  The participants included scientists, consumer advocates, health … Continue reading

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