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Professor Alexandra Klass was interviewed and quoted on NPR's Marketplace for a story discussing the continuing role of nuclear energy in the United States and the development of Small Modular Reactors.

Professor Alexandra Klass was interviewed about the litigation and protests surrounding the construction of the Line 3 oil pipeline from Canada through Minnesota.

The Houston Chronicle quoted from Professor Klass's article in Lawfare on how the failure to energy and community infrastructure led to the Texas electric grid disaster.

Professor Alan Rozenshtein interviews Professor Alexandra Klass on The Lawfare Podcast to talk about the causes of the Texas electric grid diaster and what we can learn from it.

Professor Klass writes in Lawfare on the causes of the Texas electric grid disaster and actions to take to avoid similar outcomes in the future.

Professor Klass discussed existing federal authority for the Department of Energy and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to overcome existing legal and political roadblocks to building the long-distance electric…

Professor Alexandra Klass was quoted in a New York Times article discussing the nomination of Jennifer Granholm for Energy Secretary and the authority of the Department of Energy to address climate change through its…

Professor Alexandra Klass was quoted in an article about opportunities for Energy Secretary Nominee Jennifer Granholm to use existing provisions of federal law to spur the growth of long-distance electric transmission lines…

In a Bloomberg Law video, environmental & energy law professor Alexandra Klass discusses the legal and regulatory hurdles involved in building oil & gas pipelines in the United States.

Professor Alexandra Klass was quoted in Bloomberg Law on the recent court decision ordering a halt to the flow of the Dakota Access Pipeline and its broader impact on environmental litigation. The Dakota Access decision shows that…

Professor Alexandra Klass was quoted in a Bloomberg Law article (login required) discussing the recent decision of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia holding that the environmental review conducted by…