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The New (Ab)Normal

Written by Rocky Mountain Institute

In Colorado at the end of October, the largest fire in the state’s history is still burning on over 200,000 acres (more than 300 square miles). The Cameron Peak Fire started on August 13, so it has been burning now … Read More

Research Brief: Who Pays for Water?

Written by Engineers 4 Change

In the United States, we take for granted that utilities can deliver affordable water at the turn of a tap. This is possible because water services are subsidized and funded by governments through tax revenue, keeping the cost to consumers … Read More


FCC News Brief – October 23, 2020

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Read State managers tackle water quality issues near Everglades restoration site – “As one of the first projects to restore the greater Everglades begins its home stretch, a state agency is contending with a common Southwest Florida problem: water quality. … Read More

Episode 242: Responsible mining, the politics of clean energy

Written by GreenBiz

Episode 242: Responsible mining, the politics of clean energy Heather Clancy Fri, 10/23/2020 – 02:00 Week in Review Stories discussed this week (7:25). Microsoft, Tiffany help carve out new responsible mining standard Green 2.0: Corporate advocacy and the environmental movement’s … Read More

It is not just California

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On September 18th, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro was on his way to a state event in the state of Mato Grosso when the plane he was on was forced to abort a first attempt at landing. The reason was the … Read More