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March 31, 2019 Op-ed: Striking the right balance for clean waterSource: The Indianapolis Star
Keeping our rivers, lakes and streams clean and protected is a principle that every American — and Hoosier — agrees with. That’s why Congress appropriately passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, which is intended...
February 28, 2019 Editorial: Don’t turn water-quality protection over to private interestsSource: The Columbus Dispatch
Under the proposed Water Quality Certified Professional Program, the companies’ own consultants could, with training, be certified by the state to evaluate their own permit applications. Decisions on whether to allow a...
January 18, 2019 Why Pipeline Opposition Undermines Environmental Progress and SafetySource: Forbes
Pipelines have been quietly providing most of the energy used in America on a daily basis for nearly a century. That is, until most recently. In recent years small, yet very vocal groups of environmentalists have argued pipelines...
August 8, 2018 WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE BUT NOT A DROP TO DRINKSource: The Outline
In early January, there was a crisis in Cape Town, South Africa. According to the city’s Department of Water and Sanitation, the coastal metropolis had access to enough water to last its population of 430,000 just 90 days.
February 28, 2018 Beyond Carbon: Water Risks and Sustainable InvestingSource: CFA Institute Blogs
These measures are critical to making companies more sustainable and resilient and protecting investment ... A recent study of four global investment indices — the S&P 500, Russell 1000, MSCI World, and MSCI Emerging...
December 16, 2016 No, The EPA Has Not Actually Changed Its Conclusion On Risks Of Fracking To Drinking WaterSource: Forbes
But did the EPA actually reverse course? No. They gave examples where fracking could contaminate water. For instance they state that "Injection of hydraulic fracturing fluids directly into groundwater resources" can cause...
The world’s agricultural industry has a tall order to fill—it must grow twice as much on roughly the same footprint with less water all by 2050.
“As long as the public sector continues to refer to this as the drought, public policy is not going to change, because everyone is going to wait for a good rain,” he said at Fortune’s Brainstorm E conference on Tuesday in...
April 11, 2016 Water in IR Communications TodaySource: Alphasense- Pamela Styles, principal, Next Level Investor Relations LLC
Water is a prominent “Hot Topic” in the rapidly evolving ESG / Sustainability field. I recently used AlphaSense to look for evidence of its current impact on traditional Investor Relations (IR) communications to the broader...
San Luis Obispo Tribune - Water innovations will save lives and make a better future for our children. Siegel, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, has published essays in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the...
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