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Pay for Performance Meets Green Infrastructure

Last week was an exciting one for connoisseurs of green infrastructure finance, when the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (“DC Water”) made green infrastructure history by using an “Environmental Impact Bond” (EIB) to fund the construction of green infrastructure to manage stormwate

Part 2: Stopping at 1.5 Degrees: What Will It Take?

This blog series is an effort to present some preliminary thoughts on how the U.S. and other nations could limit the increase in global average temperature to 1.5 C.  My goal is to spark a conversation on this critical issue.

Time to End Proposal to Build Devastating Dam

Guest blog by Anna Wearn, NRDC Water Program Assistant

EPA Lets Stormwater Polluters Off the Hook—Again

Yesterday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) denied yet another request to toughen up on sources of pollution that are fouling urban waters across the country.

Report Shows Logging Threatens Quebec’s Boreal Forest

Global Forest Watch Canada (GFWC) has released a report that highlights the growing threat of logging and road building to one of Quebec’s largest and last remaining intact forest landscapes—the Broadback River watershed.