A defeat on offshore drilling extends the Trump administration's losing streak in court
A defeat on offshore drilling extends the Trump administration's losing streak in court, op-ed by Alejandro Camacho and Robert Glicksman
Author(s): Robert Glicksman, Alejandro Camacho
Opinion analysis: The justices wish Sturgeon 'good hunting' in Sturgeon v. Frost
A Call to Action on the Risk of Toxic Floodwaters in Virginia
Youth Leadership Needed In Time of Climate Uncertainty
Toxic Floodwaters: The Threat of Climate-Driven Chemical Disaster in the James River Watershed
The James River watershed in Virginia is particularly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. It faces higher than average sea-level rise, intensifying precipitation rates, and increased hurricane risks. As major storms cause serious and potentially toxic flooding in the James River watershed – and elsewhere in the United States – residents are reminded that the industries surrounding them are not doing enough to plan and adapt to our changing world.
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Author(s): Noah Sachs, David Flores
March 6, 2019, New Report Highlights Climate Change, Toxic Flooding Threats to Vulnerable Communities in Virginia
A new report highlights the role climate change and the lack of adequate planning and preparation plays in increasing the threats of toxic floodwaters, with a focus on Virginia.