IAN in the Media

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ABC News (Fri 13 Jan, 2012)
Bold Plan Proposed to Save Coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


The Boston Globe (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Bold plan proposed to save coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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NEW ORLEANS—A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


The Statesman (Austin) (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Bold plan proposed to save coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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NEW ORLEANS — A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


KSRO 1350AM (Santa Rosa) (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Bold plan proposed to save coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


KTRE 9 News (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Bold plan proposed to save coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


Anchorage Daily News (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Bold plan proposed to save coastal Louisiana
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


The Washington Post (Thu 12 Jan, 2012)
Facing land loss crisis, Louisiana proposes bold plan to save coast with $50B
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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NEW ORLEANS — A $50 billion, 50-year proposal aspires to stop coastal land loss in Louisiana, build new levee systems to protect cities and even begin to slowly reverse the trend of eroding marsh that has turned the entire southern portion of the state into one of the nation's most vulnerable regions to sea level rise.


Chesapeake Bay Journal (Fri 6 Jan, 2012)
Plan to make Baltimore Harbor swimmable, fishable by 2020 unveiled
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Business leaders, neighborhood activists and schoolchildren recently joined Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in unveiling a plan to clean up Baltimore's Inner Harbor.


Seafood Business (Thu 5 Jan, 2012)
Going Green: Comeback crabs - Ecological improvements aid Chesapeake Bay blue crab stock
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Thomas Miller
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For Chef Chad Wells, Chesapeake Bay's rebounding blue crab population means he'll serve Maryland crab cakes this month at Alewife, his Baltimore gastro-pub dedicated to craft beer and food that is sustainable, local and seasonal.


Chesapeake Bay Action Plan (Wed 4 Jan, 2012)
2012: Changing the Dialogue About Chesapeake Restoration
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Our New Year's resolution for 2012 should be to improve our public dialogue about Chesapeake Bay restoration. Instead of public arguments, recriminations, and debates about the watershed models, we should be talking about innovative approaches to reducing nutrients reaching the Bay. Instead of arguing about how restoring Chesapeake will be too expensive, we should be embracing the new jobs that restoration activities create (see the Chesapeake Bay Foundation report "Debunking the 'Job Killer' Myth: How Pollution Limits Encourage Jobs in the Chesapeake Bay Region"). Instead of bemoaning the difference between current conditions and the "good old days," we should be celebrating the achievements that are being made with respect to realistic, short term targets.



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