VLS in the News
Week of March 5
March 16, 2012
- CNN and E&EDaily spoke with Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on March 8-10 about nuclear safety issues in the United States a year after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.
- NPR's "Only A Game" talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 10 about the legal implications of the NFL's bounty scandal in which players were paid to injure other players.
- Greenwire spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on March 9 about the controversy over form letters often used during environmental reviews conducted under the National Environmental Policy Act.
- The Tampa Bay Times cited research by Mark Cooper in a March 9 story about Progress Energy's plan to build a nuclear power complex in Florida. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- Nature carried an article by Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on March 8 in which he said economics will be the deciding force in many nation's decisions to phase out nuclear power after the accident at Fukushima.
- The Burlington Free Press reported March 8 on Vermont Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Reiber being selected as the school's commencement speaker in May.
- The Associated Press, whose story was carried by Yahoo! News, CNBC and other media nationwide, talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on March 7-8 about the latest legal wrangling as next week's deadline for the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant approaches.
- MSNBC talked to Mark Cooper on March 6 about cost and safety obstacles facing the U.S. nuclear industry a year after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- The Mail on Sunday (London) and Reuters, whose story was picked up worldwide, spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 5 about a federal judge's refusal to dismiss a $386 million lawsuit against the owners of the New York Mets by the trustee seeking money for victims of Bernard Madoff's fraud.
- Reuters , The Wall Street Journal , NPR and 95.7 The Game (San Francisco) included Professor Michael McCann in March 5 stories about the NFL's "pay-for-pain" bounty scandal.