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Vicki A. Arroyo


Executive Director, Georgetown Climate Center; Assistant Dean for Centers and Institutes, Professor from Practice

B.S., magna cum laude, Emory; M.P.A., Harvard (top honors in program); J.D., magna cum laude, Georgetown.

Areas of Expertise:

Environmental Law

Vicki Arroyo is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center based at Georgetown University Law Center, where she is also Assistant Dean for Centers...

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Vicki Arroyo is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center based at Georgetown University Law Center, where she is also Assistant Dean for Centers and Institutes and a Professor from Practice. 

She oversees the Georgetown Climate Center’s work at the nexus of climate and energy policy, supervising staff and student work on climate mitigation and adaptation at the state and federal level. The Center is a highly regarded resource on climate and energy law and policy.

Professor Arroyo served as the Law Center’s first Environmental Law Program Director where she helped develop and launch a new Environmental Law LLM degree program and oversaw all aspects of the program including admissions of students, counseling, and curricular development from 2013 – 2015 and still works closely with the program’s new Director. She teaches “experiential” law courses on climate change and environmental issues to Georgetown Law students.

She previously served at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, including as the Pew Center’s Vice President for Domestic Policy and General Counsel. For over a decade, she directed the Pew Center’s domestic policy program as well as managing the Center’s work on science, environmental impacts, adaptation, and economics. Professor Arroyo served as Managing Editor of the Center’s book, Climate Change: Science, Strategies, and Solutions.

In addition to teaching at Georgetown Law, she has taught courses on environmental policy and climate change at Catholic University, George Mason University’s graduate public policy program, and Tulane Law School. Previously, she practiced environmental law with Kilpatrick Stockton in Washington DC and other firms and served in two offices at U.S. EPA: the Office of Air and Radiation and the Office of Research and Development, where she reviewed development of standards under the Clean Air Act. From 1988 to 1991, she created and directed the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality’s policy office, and also served during some of that period as Governor Buddy Roemer’s environmental advisor.

Professor Arroyo has served on several federal panels, including those reviewing economic modeling of climate legislation (DOE’s Energy Information Administration) and on climate change adaptation along the Gulf Coast (Climate Change Science Program). She currently serves on the Executive Committee of the National Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences and as a member of the Board’s study committee on the future of the interstate highway system.  She also serves on the Board of Advisors of the Institute of Transportation at UC Davis.  She previously served for seven years on the Advisory Board to the National Science Foundation’s Geosciences Directorate, and for three years on the Board of Trustees to the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.  She previously served on the external advisory committee to the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and on California’s Economics and Allocation Advisory Committee. She currently serves on editorial boards of the Climate Policy journal and The Georgetown Environmental Law Review. As a student at Georgetown, Professor Arroyo served as Georgetown International Environmental Law Review’s Editor-in-Chief.
She holds a B.S. in biology, high honors, from Emory (double major in philosophy); a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard (receiving the Don K. Price award for academic achievement and commitment to public service, the top honors in her program), and a J.D., Magna Cum Laude, from Georgetown Law, where she was Editor-in-Chief of The Georgetown International Environmental Law Review.

Recent Scholarship

Forthcoming Works and Works in Progress

  • Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems, in Section of Env't, Energy, & Res., Am. Bar Ass'n, Environment, Energy, and Resources Law: The Year in Review 2016 (ABA Publishing forthcoming) (Vicki Arroyo, Contributor).   

Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

  • Vicki Arroyo, Kathryn Zyla & Gabriel Pacyniak, New Strategies for Reducing Transportation Emissions and Preparing for Climate Impacts, 44 Fordham Urb. L.J. 919-967 (2017).    [W]
  • Vicki Arroyo, State and Local Climate Leadership in the Trumpocene, 11 Carbon & Climate L. Rev. 303-313 (2017).    [W]
  • Vicki Arroyo, Kathryn A. Zyla, Gabe Pacyniak & Melissa Deas, State Innovation on Climate Change: Reducing Emissions from Key Sectors While Preparing for a "New Normal", 10 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 385-430 (2016).    [W]

Book Chapters and Collected Works

  • Vicki Arroyo & Kathryn A. Zyla, Transportation Policy, in Climate Change and Public Health 303-317 (Barry S. Levy & Jonathan A. Patz eds., New York: Oxford University Press 2015).    [BOOK]
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All Scholarship 2010 - Present

Forthcoming Works and Works in Progress

  • Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems, in Section of Env't, Energy, & Res., Am. Bar Ass'n, Environment, Energy, and Resources Law: The Year in Review 2016 (ABA Publishing forthcoming) (Vicki Arroyo, Contributor).   

Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

  • Vicki Arroyo, Kathryn Zyla & Gabriel Pacyniak, New Strategies for Reducing Transportation Emissions and Preparing for Climate Impacts, 44 Fordham Urb. L.J. 919-967 (2017).    [W]
  • Vicki Arroyo, State and Local Climate Leadership in the Trumpocene, 11 Carbon & Climate L. Rev. 303-313 (2017).    [W]
  • Vicki Arroyo, Kathryn A. Zyla, Gabe Pacyniak & Melissa Deas, State Innovation on Climate Change: Reducing Emissions from Key Sectors While Preparing for a "New Normal", 10 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 385-430 (2016).    [W]
  • Vicki Arroyo & Vivian E. Thomson, Upside-Down Cooperative Federalism: Climate Change Policymaking and the States, 29 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1-61 (2011).    [HEIN] [W]

Book Chapters and Collected Works

  • Vicki Arroyo & Kathryn A. Zyla, Transportation Policy, in Climate Change and Public Health 303-317 (Barry S. Levy & Jonathan A. Patz eds., New York: Oxford University Press 2015).    [BOOK]
  • Vicki Arroyo & Terri Cruce, State and Local Adaptation, in The Law of Adaptation to Climate Change: U.S. and International Aspects 569-600 (Michael B. Gerrard & Katrina Fischer Kuh eds., Chicago: American Bar Association 2012).    [BOOK]
  • Vicki Arroyo, Climate Change and US Policy, in Climate Change Policies: Global Challenges and Future Prospects 267-277 (Emilio Cerdá & Xavier Labandeira eds., Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar 2010).    [BOOK]
  • Vicki Arroyo, Eileen Claussen & Truman Semans, Policies to Stimulate Corporate Action, in Climate Change Science and Policy 377-388 (Stephen H. Schneider, Armin Rosencranz, Michael D. Mastrandrea & Kristin Kuntz-Duriseti eds., D.C.: Island Press 2010).    [BOOK]

Selected Contributions to Other Publications

  • Vicki Arroyo, Are There Winning Strategies for Enacting Climate Policy?, Climate Policy, iFirst online article 1-3 (2012) (reviewing Climate Clever: How Governments Can Tackle Climate Change (and Still Win Elections) (Hugh Compston & Ian Bailey eds. 2012)).   
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"E.P.A. Says It Will Write a New Carbon Rule, but No One Can Say When," coverage in The New York Times, October 10, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

 "Recent Natural Disasters Revive Political Discussions On Climate Change", coverage in NPR, September 13, 2017, interviewing Professor Vicki Arroyo

 "The US is the biggest loser on the planet thanks to Trump's calamitous act", by Professor Vicki Arroyo on June 3, 2017 in The Guardian.

 "After US Climate Accord Exit, State, Local Governments Step Up", coverage in Voice of America, June 2, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

 

 

 "States step into void left by exit from Paris climate accord", coverage in PBS NewsHour, June 2, 2017 featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo. 

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"E.P.A. Says It Will Write a New Carbon Rule, but No One Can Say When," coverage in The New York Times, October 10, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

 "Recent Natural Disasters Revive Political Discussions On Climate Change", coverage in NPR, September 13, 2017, interviewing Professor Vicki Arroyo

 "The US is the biggest loser on the planet thanks to Trump's calamitous act", by Professor Vicki Arroyo on June 3, 2017 in The Guardian.

 "After US Climate Accord Exit, State, Local Governments Step Up", coverage in Voice of America, June 2, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

 

 

 "States step into void left by exit from Paris climate accord", coverage in PBS NewsHour, June 2, 2017 featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo. 

 "Trump Exit Won't Bar Successor From Rejoining Climate Pact", coverage in Bloomberg BNA, June 1, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo

 Professor Vicki Arroyo was interviewed by CBS News regarding the Paris Climate Accord on June 1, 2017. 

“Dialing Back on U.S. Emissions Standards”, coverage in the NPR On Point, March 16, 2017 featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

“Scientists Bristle at Trump Budget’s Cuts to Research”, coverage in The New Yorks Times, March 16, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

"Trump is poised to issue a sweeping order dismantling Obama’s climate plan this week," coverage in The Washington Post, March 14, 2017, quoting Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director, Georgetown Climate Center.

“Trump’s proposed NOAA cuts world disarm our coasts in the face of rising seas, scientists say”, coverage in the Washington Post, March 10, 2017, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo.

“The blue-collar climate plan”, coverage by CNN, February 9, 2017, quoting the Executive Director of the Georgetown Law Climate Center and Professor Vicki Arroyo.

“States expected to continue course toward clean energy future”, coverage in SouthCoast Today, February 5, 2017, quoting the Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center and Professor Vicki Arroyo and Program Manager for the Georgetown Climate Center Gabe Pacyniak

"It’s judges, not Trump, who will decide Obama’s environmental legacy," coverage by The Verge, January 20, 2017, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive directorof the Climate Center.

"Barack Obama Failed To Get A New Climate Law, But His Legacy Might Be Stronger Because Of It," coverage in The Huffington Post, January 11, 2017, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Streetsblog.org announced the 2016 Fordham Urban Law Journal Cooper-Walsh Colloquium including as presenter Professor Victoria A. Arroyo.

How States and Cities Are Bracing for the Next Disaster,” coverage by Frontline, May 24, 2016, quoting Professor Vicki Arroyo, director Climate Center.

 "The coming refugee crisis: when home leaves us," an op-ed in The Guardian, by Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, May 8, 2016.

 "Packing up because of climate change," coverage in CNN, February 25, 2016, quoting Assistant Dean Vicki Arroyo.

"Tulane environmental law summit focuses on climate change, wetlands, green building," coverage in The Times-Picayune, mentioning Professor Victoria Arroyo.

Reflecting On Georgetown At COP21,” coverage in The Hoya, January 5, 2016, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive directorof the Climate Center.

Georgetown delegation attends Paris climate negotiations,” coverage in The Georgetown Voice, December 9, 2015, mentioning Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Climate Center.

"Lamar Smith Is Hot and Bothered About Climate Science," coverage in U.S. News & World Report, November 23, 2015, featuring Professors Victoria A. Arroyo and David C. Vladeck.

"Think Beyond Homes and Roads to Better Prepare for Climate Change," an opinion piece in The New York Times, October 28, 2015, by Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, director of Environmental Law Program.

"Numerous States Prepare Lawsuits Against Obama’s Climate Policy," coverage in The New York Times, October 22, 2015, featuring Professor Victoria Arroyo.

"Lesson Learned from Rebuilding New Orleans: Consider Our Changing Climate," a piece by Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, in the Huffington Post, August 27, 2015.  

The Climate Change Election,” coverage by U.S. News & World Report, August 14, 2015, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Don't Like The New Climate Rules? Thank Congress," coverage in The Huffington Post, August 4, 2015, quoting Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. "EPA rule includes 'panoply' of changes to help states trade carbon emissions," coverage in Climate Wire, quoting Kate Zyla, L'14.

"Obama’s Climate Push Sets Up Battle Reminiscent of Obamacare," coverage in Bloomberg Business, August 3, 2015, quoting Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center and assistant dean of Centers and Institutes. The piece also appeared in The News & Observer.

"California, Hawaii Lead Way on Climate Change Targets," State Net Capitol Journal, July 20, 2015, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center

""Forget “bans” on talking about climate. These Florida Republicans are too busy protecting their coasts," coverage in the Washington Post, March 31, 2015, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Forget “bans” on talking about climate. These Florida Republicans are too busy protecting their coasts," coverage in the Washington Post, March 31, 2015, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"EPA listens as states, utilities brainstorm interstate trading for carbon rule," coverage in ClimateWire, March 16, 2015, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of Georgetown Climate Center. 

"States Say Clean Power Plan Targets Achievable Despite Critiques of Proposal," coverage by Bloomberg BNA, March 11, 2015, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. 

"Studies Review Climate Change," The Hoya, March 3, 2015, featuring the Georgetown Climate Center and quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo and Adjunct Professor Jessica Grannis.

"In major shift, Obama administration will plan for rising seas in all federal projects," coverage in The Washington Post, January 30, 2015, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"38 federal agencies reveal their vulnerabilities to climate change — and what they’re doing about it," coverage in The Washington Post, October 31, 2014, quoting Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"These 14 States Have a Plan for Climate Change. The Rest of You Are Screwed," coverage in Mother Jones, October 10, 2014, featuring Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"California leads on climate change, says 50-state tool," coverage by USA TODAY, October 9, 2014, quoting Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. Further coverage is in The LA Times, Governing, Mother Jones, Grist, The Daily Press, and Climate Wire.

"Blue and red states going green on energy policy," coverage by USA TODAY, September 11, 2014, quoting Assistant Dean Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"U.S. eyes 'name and shame' in climate talks," coverage in USA Today, and "Obama Charges Ahead on Climate Change Policy," coverage in U.S. News & World Report, August 27, 2014, quoting Assistant Dean Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Western States Weigh Narrow Multi-State Pacts To Comply With EPA's ESPS," Inside EPA, August 8, 2014, quoting Assistant Dean Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. 

"Energy Week Ahead: Sold-Out Hearings for EPA Climate Plan," coverage in Bloomberg, July 28, 2014, quoting Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, commented on President Obama's proposal to cut carbon pollution from power plants in The New York TimesThe Huffington Post, BloombergThe Guardian, The Daily BeastFortune MagazineThe OlympianBurlington Free Press, and more, June, 2014. Some of the stories also cited the Climate Center's interactive map.

 "Cap and trade lives on through the states," coverage in Politico, May 27, 2014, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, director of the environmental law program.

"White House Report Says Climate Change Is Here And Now," coverage on NPR's All Things Considered, May 7, 2014, featuring Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the climate center. Further coverage of her comments and the National Climate Assessment is in Climate Wire.

"Obama unveils major climate change report," coverage by MSNBC, May 6, 2014, quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Environmental Law Program. Further coverage on this topic is found in The Chicago Tribune.

"Google, Intel, Microsoft help build climate change tools," coverage in USA Today, March 19, 2014, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Budgeting for Resilience: A Vital Step to Strengthen and Protect Our Communities," an op-ed in the Huffington Post, March 7, 2014, by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Obama, Hollande Talk Global Warming With Eyes Toward U.N. Summit," coverage in US News, February 11, 2014, quotes Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

 "Climate: Georgetown Climate's Arroyo and Pacyniak discuss state recommendations on emissions standards," E&ETV, December 18, 2013, featuring Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center and Institute Associate Gabriel Pacyniak, L'10.

"Environmental Fellows Chosen," covered in The Hoya, November 5, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center and Christofer Nelson, director of Georgetown's Program on Science in the Public Interest.

"8 States Teaming Up to Support Electric Cars," coverage in the New York Times, October 24, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, and Deborah Markowitz, L'87.

"Adapt or Fry: UT Climate Adaptation Symposium," coverage in The Austin Chronicle, September 26, 2013, of an upcoming keynote address by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. 

"Obama's Carbon Rules Seen as New Battleground for EPA," Bloomberg, September 21, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center. She was also featured in Tulsa World. 

"After Sandy, New York aims to fortify itself against next big storm, climate change," coverage in the Washington Post, July 14, 2013, featuring Jessica Grannis, a staff attorney for the Georgetown Climate Center, and Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"With Rising Temperatures, Infrastructure Falters," a segment on NPR’s Science Friday, July 5, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"With Rising Temperatures, Infrastructure Falters," a segment on NPR’s Science Friday, July 5, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Coal Industry Concerned By Obama's Climate Change Plans," a segment on NPR's Morning Edition, June 26, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Bloomberg Seeks to Redo Building Code in Sandy's Wake," coverage in the New York Times, featured Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo (L'94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Bloomberg Seeks to Redo Building Code in Sandy's Wake," coverage in the New York Times, June 13, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Christie Deflects on Climate Change, Scientists Weigh In," a segment on WNYC (New York), May 24, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Christie Deflects on Climate Change, Scientists Weigh In," a segment on WNYC (New York), May 24, 2013, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center

"The Cost of Doing Nothing," the cover story in the May 2013 issue of DC Bar magazine, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"The Cost of Doing Nothing," the cover story in the May 2013 issue of DC Bar magazine, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, has been named to Poder magazine's list of the "Top 100 Green Latinos," in the April 2013 issue.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, has been named to Poder magazine's list of the "Top 100 Green Latinos," in the April 2013 issue.

"Climate Change Could Burn a Hole in the Government's Finances, GAO Says," coverage in the Washington Post, February 14, 2013, featuring Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Climate Change Could Burn a Hole in the Government's Finances, GAO Says," coverage in the Washington Post, February 14, 2013, featuring Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"What to Do about Climate Change?," a segment on NPR's "On Point," featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, December 6, 2012.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, participated in an online discussion hosted by The Climate Desk on what actions President Obama and Congress can take on climate change during the next four years, December 4, 2012.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, participated in an online discussion hosted by The Climate Desk on what action President Obama and Congress can take on climate change during the next four years, December 4, 2012.

"Preparing for Future Disasters in the Wake of Sandy," a blog post by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, on HuffPost DC, November 14, 2012.

"Flood Risk Will Rise with Climate Change, Experts Say," coverage in the Washington Post, November 1, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Causes Aside, Many Believe Louisville Area Is Already Feeling Impact of Global Warming," coverage in the Louisville Courier-Journal, October 14, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo (L'94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, participated in a live online chat with TED about preparing our communities for climate change, October 5, 2012.

A TED Talk delivered by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, is now available on the TED website, September 30, 2012. Arroyo discussed preparing communities for global climate change.

"An Ounce of Prevention in New York City," a post in the New York Times blog "Green," September 11, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, discussed extreme weather and the nation's infrastructure on WBEZ Radio (Chicago), August 22, 2012. 

"Summer Could Foreshadow Future Heat Waves," a segment on NBC Nightly News, August 19, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Mitigation or Adaption?," a segment on New Hampshire Public Radio's "The Exchange," August 2, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo (L'94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

"Georgetown Climate Center Says Global Warming Affecting Infrastructure," coverage on WUSA 9 (Washington, D.C.), August 1, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo (L'94), executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, discussed the impact of weather extremes and climate change on transportation infrastructure on WTOP Radio, July 27, 2012.

"Weather Extremes Leave Parts of U.S. Grid Buckling," coverage in the New York Times, July 25, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

A TED talk delivered by Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, is cited in the CBS News Moneywatch piece, "Are Business Schools Stuck in the Past?," July 2, 2012.

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