IAN in the Media

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The Annapolis Capital (Tue 30 Mar, 2010)
Heavy rainfall, snow may hurt bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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MILFORD MILL - This spring's rains may be good for the grass and the garden, but they are not so great for the streams and rivers that flow into the Chesapeake Bay.


The Washington Post (Sat 13 Feb, 2010)
Rapid melting of record snowfall could harm waterways, aquatic life
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Sujay Kaushal
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To nature, snow is potential. It is rainwater, waiting for a cue. So for now, scientists can guess at the environmental effects of historic back-to-back blizzards: Snowed-in cars don't pollute, snow-drooped trees could temporarily change the architecture of local forests.


Bay Journal (Mon 1 Feb, 2010)
Longtime Bay advocates say draft strategy falls short: Critics say stronger actions need to be taken to control pollution from agriculture and development
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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A group of 38 longtime Bay policy makers, scientists and other advocates say "bold, new and aggressive actions" are needed to restore the Bay, and expressed skepticism that plans recently outlined by the EPA could accomplish the job.


Northern Neck News (Wed 13 Jan, 2010)
Bay foundation doubts mandate enforcement
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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The cold waters of the Chesapeake Bay are stirring up a heated debate over new regulations from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Tue 12 Jan, 2010)
Meet the authors of the book on our bays
Staff quoted: UMCES
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In June the staff of the Maryland Coastal Bays Program was proud to release one of our most important accomplishments: a book focusing on the environmental and cultural changes in the watershed. This month, we are just as pleased to have the opportunity to discuss the book directly with those in our community.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Tue 5 Jan, 2010)
Coastal Bays: A year of accomplishments
Staff quoted: UMCES
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As we embark on the first week of a new year, it's a good time to review a few of our accomplishments from last year.


The Easton Star Democrat (Thu 31 Dec, 2009)
Group pushing new initiatives for Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Walt Boyton, Tom Fisher
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EASTON - A consortium of scientists, policy makers and advocates are urging the Obama Administration and the Bay states to adopt 24 new initiatives to restore the Chesapeake Bay.


The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog (Thu 31 Dec, 2009)
"Eagles" join fray over restoring Bay
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Senior Chesapeake Bay scientists and former policymakers joined with environmental activists Wednesday to call for bold and "drastic" measures to restore the ailing estuary, including mandatory controls on runoff from farms and existing urban and suburban areas.


WJZ (Baltimore) Television (Wed 30 Dec, 2009)
Bay Advocates Send Obama Restoration Strategy
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ/AP) ― "Act now, or the Chesapeake Bay will die." Those are words from a group of scientists and policy makers.


Newschannel 8 (DC) (Wed 30 Dec, 2009)
Bay Advocates Dissatisfied by EPA's Proposal
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency stepped up efforts to restore the Chesapeake Bay. Officials introduced new penalties for underperforming states, but bay advocates are far from satisfied with the proposal and Wednesday they sent President Obama a message: enough is enough.



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