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Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Oil Pipelines in the Great Lakes Region: Learning from the Enbridge Spill in Marshall, MI
In July 2010, close to one million gallons of crude oil flowed 30 miles down the Kalamazoo River, stopping short of Lake Michigan. It was the largest inland oil spill in midwest history -- and it came from a pipeline that transports oil across the region. Join our panelists as they discuss the oil spill and how best to manage the risks of oil pipelines.


M O D E R A T O R

• Sara Gosman, Adjunct Professor, University of Michigan Law School, Water Resources Attorney, National Wildlife Federation


P A N E L I S T S

• Carl Weimer, Executive Director, Pipeline Safety Trust - Download presentation (PDF)
• Polly Synk, Assistant Attorney General, Michigan Department of Attorney General
• Nick Schroeck, Executive Director, Great Lakes Environmental Law Center



Recorded on 4/03/12