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Rena Steinzor and David Flores

Bay jurisdictions’ no-action climate policy puts restoration in peril

Governors in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are on the cusp of signing off on a momentously bad decision for the Bay, one that involves sticking their metaphorical heads in the sand when it comes to climate change and the Bay, the sort of move one might expect from the Trump administration, but not from more enlightened leaders.

At a meeting right before the holiday season,...

About Rena Steinzor and David Flores

Rena Steinzor is a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore and a Member Scholar at the Center for Progressive Reform. David Flores is the climate adaptation policy analyst at the Center.

 

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