C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Heidi Gorovitz Robertson appears as a Guest Blogger in this week’s Crain’s Cleveland Business. Her post, Lessons from the Gulf: The Value of Emergency Planning suggests that emergency planning and preparedness for disaster was woefully inadequate in the Gulf of Mexico. The shortcomings there have been well documented. Robertson suggests that as Ohio rushes to develop its potentially lucrative shale oil and gas resources, it learn from the Gulf and make appropriate site specific plans for emergency response.
The post appears as part of Crain’s Ohio Energy Report. See the post here: