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Monthly Archives: February 2019

The wonder of water By Laura Paskus – NM Political Report – February 14, 2019 – Video “How’s your day today?” the grocery store cashier asks. “Oh my God,” I can’t stop myself. Even though I know the checker wasn’t … Continue reading

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Dam Removal in 2018 – Another Successful Year of Freeing Rivers By Jessie Thomas-Blate – American Rivers – February 20, 2019 Communities seeking relief from flooding caused by increasingly intense storms. Fish seeking refuge from warming downstream waters. Parents seeking … Continue reading

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Find Your Climate-Altered Future On A New Interactive Map By Timothy B. Wheeler – Bay Journal – February 12, 2019 Ever had trouble picturing how climate change could alter the quality of life in your community? Now there’s a map … Continue reading

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The Rising Tide of Climate Injustice By Clinton Parks – Undark – February 14, 2019 Chesapeake Avenue, in the Salters Creek neighborhood of Newport News, Virginia, sits atop a seawall that shields it from the Hampton Roads, the body of … Continue reading

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Army Corps releases crucial guide for reducing flood risk and increasing resilience By Shannon Cunniff – Environmental Defense Fund – January 16, 2019 This week, the Army Corps of Engineers formally released an important resource guide, “Engineering with Nature: An … Continue reading

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For a Climate Reporter, a Dreaded Question: ‘Then Why Is It So Cold?’ By Kendra Pierre-Louis – The New York Times – February 8, 2019 What were the temperatures where you live yesterday? What about last week? A month ago? … Continue reading

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Helping farmers help our waterways By Rebecca Chillrud – Chesapeake Bay Program – January 30, 2019 Agriculture is vital to the Chesapeake region. There are more than 83,000 farms in the watershed that make up a $10 billion industry and … Continue reading

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Cleaner Power and Flowing Water: Finding Balance Between Smart Renewable Energy and River Protection By Michelle Lakly – The Nature Conservancy – January 24, 2019 If there were any lingering doubts about just how dangerous, and imminent climate change really … Continue reading

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