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Mr. Edward Lloyd

Wrong Edward Lloyd?

Environmental Law Professor

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Columbia University
64 Morningside Dr.
New York, New York 10027
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1922, Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health pursues an agenda of research, education, and service to address the critical and complex...   more
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Lloyd, an environmental law ...
newyork.construction.com, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Lloyd, an environmental law professor at Columbia Law School, is also a founder and board member of the Eastern Environmental Law Center, where a staffer had signed onto a letter with other groups urging Pinelands officials to allow more time for public comment on the pipeline.
"That's when Ed Lloyd felt he didn't have any wiggle room.
...
Lloyd had been among an early minority of commissioners expressing skepticism about the pipeline, which is strongly supported by state energy planners and the Christie administration. Pipeline opponents saw Lloyd's removal as an attempt by state officials to stack the deck in favor of a yes vote on the 15-member Pinelands board. But pipeline proponents, including South Jersey labor and industry groups, lost in the end, when the commissioners locked in a 7-7 tie vote Jan. 10.
But Lloyd said he's still had no communication from the State Ethics Commission nor any response to his request to give his side of the story.
UDPC gains new allies against NYRI
www.riverreporter.com, 12 Oct 2006 [cached]
Edward Lloyd, director of the Environmental Law Clinic at Columbia University School of Law, said that law students presented a brief to the Department of Energy (DOE) in Washington DC.The brief was prepared at the request of the UDPC, a river valley activist group, and the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, a nonprofit organization that protects the Delaware River and its tributary watersheds.
The brief specifically relates to the congestion study completed by the DOE this summer.The study found, not surprisingly, that the two areas nationwide with the greatest need for new electricity supplies are an area in the Northeast, stretching from northern Virginia to Vermont, and an area on the West Coast surrounding Los Angeles.
Lloyd said one of the main points of the clinic's brief is that there was insufficient information in the congestion study to allow meaningful public comment.The study included a map with three large arrows suggesting that additional electricity for New York City and it surrounding suburbs could come from the north through upstate New York, from the east through Pennsylvania or from the south through Virginia and Maryland.Lloyd said more detail is needed.
He added that the clinic is also working with architectural students to examine the impacts of the proposed power lines towers on the environmentally sensitive Upper Delaware River Valley.
Land Letter -- The Natural Resources Weekly Report
www.eenews.net, 13 Dec 2001 [cached]
"There has been a miraculous recovery in the last 20 years, much of it natural," said Ed Lloyd of Columbia Law School's Environmental Law Clinic.Lloyd says a great deal of the wetland's recovery is a result of the Clean Water Act, tighter controls on sewage treatment plants and the closing of most landfills.
Conservationists hope that once the land is set aside as a refuge or park, the ecosystem can be restored to a more natural condition by removing dykes to restore tidal flows, capping landfills and cleaning up toxic dump sites.
Board Members and Officers | Eastern Environmental Law Center
www.easternenvironmental.org, 9 June 2014 [cached]
Edward Lloyd, Esq., President
Board of Directors
www.nationalpal.org, 24 Mar 2012 [cached]
Ed Lloyd Trustee
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