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09/12 After Four Years, Chesapeake Polluters’ Free Ride May be Coming to an End
09/10 NAM Study on the Cost of Regulations based on Opinion Polls: Statement of CPR Senior Analyst James Goodwin
09/09 Crain and Crain are Back, and This Time They're Working for the National Association of Manufacturers

Letting Nature Work / Ecosystems

testA number of CPR Scholars are advocating an "ecosystem services" approach focused on restoring and maintaining the natural resources that protect public values.

12866 @ 20 /
Eye on OIRA

testExecutive Order 12866, from which springs OIRA's vise-like grip on regulation, turned 20 in October. CPR Member Scholars marked the occasion with a blog carnival.

Adaptation Principles /
Adaptation

testCPR's Alice Kaswan offers principles for policy-making around climate change adaptation that respects environmental justice.

Bay State Milestones /
Chesapeake

testMost of the Chesapeake Bay states are falling behind in efforts to meet Bay clean-up deadlines, says the EPA. Read CPR's Issue Alert.

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