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Several nuclear reactors are in areas that may be subject to flooding in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Inspections and reviews by the U.S. Nuclear...

Sep 12, 2018 Blog Post

Could such an approach bring together environmentalists and fiscal conservatives, urbanists and rural residents who care about getting the street in their small town repaved...

Sep 11, 2018 Blog Post

Why should we worry that rivers and bayous in the middle of our cities be safe enough for swimming? A better question might be: Why...

Sep 7, 2018 Blog Post

There are two ways to rationally approach the climate apocalypse – one individual and one communal. For one’s own benefit, it might make sense...

Sep 6, 2018 Blog Post

We face a critical choice right now: we can change our lifestyles to minimize global warming -- or we can let global warming claim our...

Aug 30, 2018 Blog Post
Bacteria Pollution in Texas Beaches and Waterways Threatens Public Health

From South Padre Island to Galveston Bay, and from the San Marcos River to Lake Lewisville, Texas rivers, lakes and beaches draw thousands of people...

Aug 30, 2018 Report
A Bold, Broad Strategy to Cut Pollution and Reduce Carbon Emissions in the Midwest

By transforming our vehicles, rethinking the design of our cities and towns, maximizing the benefits of new technologies, and doubling down on proven strategies...

Aug 9, 2018 Report

Here are two things you probably don’t know about colonoscopies. First, they’re one of the most commonly performed screening exams. Millions of us get colonoscopies...

Aug 6, 2018 Blog Post

What does “human error” really mean? And what is the role of automated vehicles in protecting us from it? These are important questions to clarify...

Aug 3, 2018 Blog Post

The interactivemap brings together more than 5,000 data points from more than a dozen federal, state and local government databases to provide as complete a...

Jul 31, 2018 Blog Post

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