Last week, Professor Monika Ehrman visited Yale University and participated in the university’s “A Century of American Conservation” series that features a number of panels focused on celebrating the centennial of the National Parks. The series is co-hosted by the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale Center on Environmental Law and Policy. Prof. Ehrman served as a panelist at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies for the discussion titled “Conflict and Cooperation: Energy Development on Public Lands.”
To watch a recording of Prof. Ehrman’s panel, click here (link, opens in new window).
For more information on “A Century of American Conservation,” click here (link, opens in new window).
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