Geoffrey H. Fettus

Senior Attorney, Nuclear, Climate & Clean Energy Program

Geoffrey H. Fettus both litigates and testifies before Congress for NRDC’s Climate & Clean Energy program, where he focuses primarily on issues relating to the beginning and end of the nuclear fuel cycle—including issues associated with uranium mining and the disposal of radioactive waste. A graduate of Haverford College and the University of Wisconsin Law School, he worked as an attorney for a public-interest law firm and served as an assistant attorney general for New Mexico before he joined NRDC in 2001. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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