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Cinnamon Carlarne Media Hits
The following is a list of selected media coverage for Cinnamon Carlarne. The links below will direct you to sites that are not affiliated with the Moritz College of Law. They are subject to change, and some may expire or require registration as time passes.
Professor Cinnamon Carlarne was quoted in a Columbus Dispatch article the lengthy process a municipality must go through to be granted permission to use the Great Lakes for water supply. All of the surrounding states must approve the action, taking into account the impact on all of the lakes as well as setting precedent for future requests.
“This is going to be especially true with climate change, because even though Ohio and the Great Lakes states tend to be water-rich, it’s not always going to be like that,” said Cinnamon Carlarne, an environmental-law professor at Ohio State University.
“This is a time when we have to think really, really carefully about managing our water, because it’s going to become an increasingly valuable resource.”
Professor Cinnamon Carlarne, an expert on environmental and energy law, was quoted in an Indy Star story on The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to block power plant rules that Indiana opposed.
"In considering the level of regulation, EPA has already quantified both the costs of regulation and the numerous direct and co-benefits of regulation and these benefits support the regulations that EPA has proposed," said Carlarne. "EPA may have lost the first round, but it is likely to win the fight."
Professor Cinnamon Carlarne will be speaking at an environmental and climate change law conference at the University of Buffalo on April 18 and 19, according to the University of Buffalo News Center.
Professor Cinnamon Carlarne will discuss "Global Climate Change Negotiations Then and Now: Adaptation and Diversification in a Warming World" at the University of Buffalo for Arctic conference, according to Buffalo Law Journal.