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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Climate Change is Changing the Politics of Climate Change By David Doniger – NRDC – November 26, 2018 A pessimist could be forgiven for thinking the treadmill of climate denial and inaction is endless. For at least 50 years, senior … Continue reading

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Impact of Blue-Green Infrastructure Investment Pathways on Dynamic Evolution of Natural Capital University of Nottingham – November 15, 20218 Natural capital and ecosystem services concepts are a popular way of describing the multiple benefits we get from the natural environment. … Continue reading

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As Courts Halt Keystone XL, Public Voices Opposition NRDC – November 8, 2018 Within hours of the close of the State Department’s public comment period on their rushed Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) for the Keystone XL tar sands … Continue reading

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How to Accelerate the Use of Natural Infrastructure to Aid Climate Change Adaptation By Shannon Cunniff – Environmental Defense Fund – November 8, 2018 Florida and North Carolina are once again recovering from hurricanes – this time, from two of … Continue reading

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Alaska Case Could be Landmark in Water Rights Disputes By Tony Francois, opinion contributor – The Hill – November 5, 2018 The fate of a moose hunter flying a hovercraft on an Alaska river will either protect or limit water … Continue reading

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IPCC Report and the Missing Dialogue in US Environmentalism By Khalil Shahyd – NRDC – November 6, 2018 The recent midterm elections will have far reaching implications with choices made on key ballot initiatives and between candidates who support plans … Continue reading

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Most Underestimate Minorities’ Environmental Concerns—Even Minorities By Susan Kelley – Cornell Chronicle – October 29, 2018 In a new study with implications for environmental organizations – and an indication that stereotypes are alive and well – most Americans underestimate just … Continue reading

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Stopping Superstorms—The World is Our Oyster The Observer – October 24, 2018 Hurricane Michael’s death toll is at least 39 and its economic damages are expected to surpass $30 billion. This most recent superstorm pales in comparison to previous storms, … Continue reading

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