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 Raising Sand 
 
 Interview
 Paul Kibel is professor of environmental and natural resources law at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco
 Raising Sand Radio  
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Paul Kibel is professor of environmental and natural resources law at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. Kibel is interested in Alameda Point – the former Navy base in San Francisco Bay – in his capacity as Co-director of the law school’s Center on Urban Environmental Law.
CUEL has undertaken independent research and analysis on land use and open space issues pertaining to Alameda Point - the former Alameda Naval Air Station listed as a superfund site. CUEL's ideas are presented in a color brochure published in 2011, Flight Park at Alameda Point, that outlines forward-thinking open space, habitat and parkland opportunities.
Moreover, complexities at the site include the Navy fast-tracking land transfers, VA and City potentially ignoring important information that ought to be - and is not - in the forthcoming Fish/Wildlife Service's Biological Opinion...and "mitigation banks" that could "off-load" the Port of Oakland's "mitigation debt" and create green space for Alameda Point.

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