Dennis Arfmann: Board of Advisors
Dennis Arfmann’s practice focuses on air quality; hazardous waste and water quality, with particular emphasis on innovative solutions to cutting edge issues like climate change and clean energy solutions to climate change.
The firm’s environmental practice is increasingly international in scope and Dennis is involved in international chemical regulations and climate change. Dennis also co-chairs our global climate change and clean energy practice.
Dennis’ distinguished career includes representing energy companies, refineries, manufacturers on clean energy solutions. His pro bono highlights include representing The Nature Conservancy and the American Solar Energy Society on both national and international climate change matters.
Dennis is a published author and frequent lecturer on environmental topics. Lectures include: “Global Strength in Climate Change” (February 2009), “Carbon Capture and Sequestration-the Path Forward” (January and February 2008), “Carbon Sequestration Risks, Liabilities and Solutions” (July 2007), “Tips for Successful New Energy Facility Permitting” (January 2007), “An Industry Perspective of the Navajo Nation Clean Air Act Program” (September 2005), and “Regulatory and Air Quality Trends in the Rocky Mountains,” Colorado Bar Association (March 2005). Publications include: “Kyoto Protocol Enters into Force” (February 2005); “Environment and Energy,” Hogan & Hartson Climate Change Update (February 2005); and ”The Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission: Reasonable Progress Toward the National Visibility Goal,” Environmental Lawyer (June 1996).