The Role of Private and Public Lands in the U.S. Clean Energy Transition
University of Minnesota Law School Professor Alexandra Klass delivered FSU Law’s Fall 2021 Distinguished Lecture via Zoom on October 27. Klass is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor and teaches and writes in the areas of energy law, environmental law, natural resources law, tort law, and property law. She is a Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, and in 2020 was named to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change. Her lecture discussed the role of both private and public lands in the nation’s clean energy transition. To date, most renewable energy development has occurred on private land subject to state and local laws. But with the election of President Biden, the U.S. Department of Interior and other federal agencies have focused on making onshore and offshore federal public lands and waters a major part of future clean energy development.
1.0 CLE Credit in General, and 1.0 CLE Credit in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice
Course Reference Number: 2108020N