Archive for category: The Environment and Politics

These are posts or essays on environment and politics and the GOP or Republican and Democrat response to environmental policy and regulations.

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An Interview with EDF’s Fred Krupp – A Leading Voice in Today’s Environmental Wilderness

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Ecomodernist Manifesto – Decoupling Human Welfare from Environmental Impacts

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Maryland’s “Chesapeake Bay Cabinet” will Promote Innovation and Collaboration to Restore the Bay

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It’s Time for Environmentalists to Pitch Their Political Playbook

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Wage War Against Polarization – Good for the Environment

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Republicans Don’t Hate the Environment – Just Some Environmentalists

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Plastic Bag Bans – Feeling Good About Ourselves, But Are We Making a Difference?

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Conservatives, Young People, and the Environment in 2014

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Better Tools Needed to Resolve Transboundary Pollution

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The Science Communication Problem – and Prospects for an Enlightened Democracy

The Decline of GOP Environmentalism or Decline of Environmentalism Itself

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China – A Growing Threat to the Earth

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“Nudging” versus “Coercion” – Balancing Environmental Protection with Liberty and Freedom

Changing the Dialogue, Economics and Cultural Valuation of Species Protection+

Changing the Dialogue, Economics and Cultural Valuation of Species Protection

Does Green Labeling Influence One's Willingness to Buy - Survey Says . . . +

Does Green Labeling Influence One’s Willingness to Buy – Survey Says . . .

The Face of Conservation is Changing - Cheers to Today's New Leaders+

The Face of Conservation is Changing – Cheers to Today’s New Leaders

The GOP’s Environmental Challenge

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