Greg Cunningham

Vice President & Director, Clean Energy Climate Change CLF Maine @gregclf

Greg Cunningham is a VP and Director of CLF’s Clean Energy and Climate Change program. Greg joined CLF in 2008 after 10 years at Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson, where he was a shareholder and helped to develop its environmental practice group. Prior to that, Greg was a partner in a toxic tort litigation firm.

He recently served as the Chair of the Natural Resources Section of the Maine State Bar Association and co-authored the Maine Environmental Law Handbook published by Government Institutes. Additionally, he has been a state-appointed member of the Maine Indian Tribal State Commission since 2004.

Cunningham received his J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center, a Masters in Studies of Environmental Law from Vermont Law School and his undergraduate degree from Colby College.

Talk to me about: clean energy and climate change.


Recent Posts

We Have 10 Years to Beat Climate Change. Here’s Why I’m Hopeful.
It’s officially 2020. As we look ahead to a new year – and a new decade – I’m feeling hopeful. Despite a shaky climate conference and a federal government that continues to roll back environmental protection, the decade ahead is one in which we will make meaningful strides in the fight against climate change. How do…
CLF Challenges Trump Administration’s Appalling Clean Power Plan Replacement
In a move that will harm Americans’ health, economy, and climate, the Trump administration rolled out its proposed replacement to the Obama-era Clean Power Plan in June. The landmark Clean Power Plan was set to cut emissions from dirty coal plants—slashing pollution and combatting the looming climate crisis. In its place, the Trump administration proposed…
Climate Legislation Makes Progress in New England
As the Trump administration continues to shirk its responsibilities on climate, New England states have recognized the need for local leadership to fill the federal void. This past legislative session, each state in the region saw a flurry of climate and clean energy bills introduced. And in Maine, newly elected Governor Janet Mills championed a…
Our Best Weapon in the Fight Against Climate Change? Strong Climate Laws
In the face of the Trump administration’s continued attempts to roll back regulations aimed at curbing climate change, state and local governments must step in. In 2019, it’s essential that we make real progress at a local level to lower polluting emissions. The science is clear: If we don’t collectively cut our climate-damaging emissions to…
Cold Snap Shows We Still Don’t Need New Gas Pipelines
Following a week of mild temperatures, New England is bracing for the cold to come. Last year, we weathered the worst cold snap that we’d faced in 100 years, complete with a new phenomenon known as a “bomb cyclone.” Now don’t be mistaken, this “bomb cyclone” did not involve Armageddon, the sky falling, or even blackouts…

 

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