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Larry Levine

Larry Levine

Larry Levine is a senior attorney in NRDC's Water Program, working on a variety of issues pertaining to water quality and water efficiency in the Northeast and at the national policy level. His work focuses especially on promoting the use of "green infrastructure" as a sustainable solution to polluted urban runoff and raw sewage overflows; and on implementation of the Great Lakes Compact in New York. He was previously a litigation fellow at NRDC and a clinical fellow in environmental law at the Georgetown University Law Center, and is a graduate of Yale Law School and Tulane University. Larry blogs on green infrastructure and other water resources protection issues at http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/llevine/.

Larry's Posts

Guest Perspective: To Maintain a “Competitive Advantage” on Water Supply, New York Must Step-Up Its Game on Water Conservation


Less than three years ago, when Governor Cuomo signed into law new state water conservation standards, he said: The preservation and protection of New York’s water resources is vital to the state’s residents, farmers and businesses.  This law will enhance the state’s ability to manage its water to promote economic growth and address droughts while […]

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