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Monthly Archives: October 2013

We need climate-change risk assessment By Michael Bloomberg, Hank Paulson and Tom Steyer – The Washington Post – October 3, 2013 If the United States were run like a business, its board of directors would fire its financial advisers for … Continue reading

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Sustainability And Resiliency Planning For Water Utilities By Dr. Mark LeChevallier – Water Online – September 16, 2013 Most of our West Virginia American Water team had never even heard the term “derecho” before the summer of 2012. But on … Continue reading

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“In determining the limits of its power to regulate discharges under the [Clean Water] Act, the Corps must necessarily choose some point at which water ends and land begins. Our common experience tells us that this is often no easy … Continue reading

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How to clean a lake with an unstoppable oil spill: Drain the lake By John Upton – Grist – September 26, 2013 We told you in July that tar-sands oil had been leaking into the Canadian wilderness from a drilling … Continue reading

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Dave Orrick: Fueled by Legacy dollars, Ducks Unlimited and DNR are rescuing Minnesota duck lakes By Dave Orrick – Twin Cities Outdoor – September 21, 2013 – Video It took hundreds of thousands of dollars, mostly from Minnesota taxpayers, to … Continue reading

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