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Green Infrastructure for Chesapeake Stormwater Management in a Changing Climate

One of the greatest impacts of climate change on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed will be the need for stormwater management. With green infrastructure, the Chesapeake region is in position to take national leadership on the issue of...

ELI 2016 Corporate Forum: The Business of Water

As climate change alters global weather patterns and the earth’s population continues to grow and urbanize, water resources are poised to become an ever increasing catalyst for volatility, even in regions where water scarcity has not...

Pesticides, Water Quality, and the Public Trust Doctrine

The public trust doctrine is an ancient legal principle undergoing a modern resurgence. Under it, governments hold certain natural resources in trust for the benefit of present and future generations, and have a judicially enforceable...

Emerging EPA Regulation of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment

The May 25, 2012, report—entitled EPA Inaction in Identifying Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals May Result in Unsafe Disposal—disapproved of EPA’s lack of progress in determining
whether certain pharmaceuticals found in surface,...