Matthew Adams – Dentons

Mr. Adams is the attorney representing Burien in their case against the FAA. Matthew Adams serves as Chair of the Firm’s US Environment and Natural Resources practice. Matthew helps clients address environmental issues related to energy, infrastructure, and natural resource development projects. He advises on a full range of transactional, regulatory, and litigation matters, with

John Persak

John Persak was a candidate for Position 4 representative on the Port of Seattle Commission in Washington. Persak was defeated in the primary election on August 1, 2017. Persak was a 2015 candidate for the Position 8 seat on the Seattle City Council in Washington. The primary election took place on August 4, 2015. Persak

Colin Murphy

Dr. Murphy is one of the leading researchers in the implementation of Sustainable Aviation Fuels. He is a key voice in discussions of legislating carbon standards in California. His blog on sustainable environmental energy practices is well worth reading: https://nextgenpolicy.org/blog/author/cmurphy/ cwmurphy@ucdavis.edu 530-754-1812 Colin Murphy is the Deputy Director of the Policy Institute, where he helps

Arlyn Purcell

Currently, Arlyn Purcell is the SEPA contact for the Sea-Tac Airport SAMP program. The Port of Seattle Selected Arlyn Purcell, AICP, as New Director, Aviation Environment and Sustainability SEATTLE, WA– Following a nationwide search, thePort of Seattle has selectedArlyn Purcell, AICP to be the new Director, Aviation Environment and Sustainability at the Port of Seattle.

Mary Wood

Mary Christina Wood is the Philip H. Knight Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the school’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center. She teaches property law, natural resources law, public trust law, and federal Indian law; she has also taught public lands law, wildlife law, and hazardous waste law. She is the Founding Director