IAN in the Media

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Yale Climate Connections (Mon 11 Jan, 2016)
Protecting Wetlands in Maryland
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Wetlands are the soggy marshes found along shorelines and floodplains … and they do more for us than we do for them. Wetlands play vital roles: they provide flood and erosion control, create habitat for thousands of species, and defend coastlines from violent storms.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 5 Jan, 2016)
No choice now but to reduce Md. emissions
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Amid all the global and national strife, an encouraging event happened in Paris last month when 195 nations agreed to take collective action to limit climate change. The Paris agreement represents a crucial turning point that gives us a chance at holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) over pre-industrial levels, while pursuing efforts to limit the increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit). As a point of reference, we have already experienced about 0.9 degrees Celsius warming from the pre-industrial period.


Capital Gazette (Sun 22 Nov, 2015)
Letters: Global warming; Schuh's response
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Global warming


Turning the Tide, Saving the Chesapeake Bay (Tue 10 Nov, 2015)
All Hands On Deck
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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CBF President Will Baker talks with Dr. Don Boesch, President of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, about the plan to stabilize climate change and the gains it would bring to air and water quality.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 29 Oct, 2015)
Deeper climate pollution cuts urged for Maryland
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Assured that Maryland is on track to significantly reducing its climate-altering pollution, a broad-based state commission called Thursday for the state to raise the ante by pledging to slash greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent by 2030.


The Carroll County Times (Thu 29 Oct, 2015)
Deeper climate pollution cuts urged for Maryland
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Assured that Maryland is on track to significantly reducing its climate-altering pollution, a broad-based state commission called Thursday for the state to raise the ante by pledging to slash greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent by 2030.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Chesapeake waters are warming, study finds, posing challenges for healing ailing bay
Staff quoted: Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch, Lora Harris,
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The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming up, in some places rising more rapidly even than the region's air temperatures, a new University of Maryland study finds. If unchecked, scientists say the trend could complicate costly, long-running efforts to restore the ailing estuary, worsen fish-suffocating dead zones and even alter the food web on which the bay's fish and crabs depend.


The Washington Post (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Chesapeake waters warming, study finds, posing challenges for ailing bay
Staff quoted: Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch, Lora Harris,
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The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming up, in some places rising more rapidly even than the region's air temperatures, a new University of Maryland study finds. If unchecked, it could complicate costly, long-running efforts to restore the ailing estuary, worsen fish-suffocating dead zones and even alter the food web on which the bay's fish and crabs depend, scientists say.


The Carroll County Times (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Chesapeake waters are warming, study finds, posing challenges to healing bay
Staff quoted: Andrew Elmore, Don Boesch, Lora Harris,
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The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, in some places more rapidly than the region's air temperatures, researchers from the University of Maryland say. If unchecked, scientists say, the trend could complicate costly, long-running efforts to restore the ailing estuary, worsen fish-suffocating dead zones and alter the food web on which the bay's fish and crabs depend.


My Eastern Shore MD (Wed 7 Oct, 2015)
UMCES: 90 years of furthering knowledge of the Bay
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Michael Roman, Bill Boicourt, Court Stevenson
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CAMBRIDGE — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is celebrating 90 years of scientific discovery, research, and the sharing of information on the Chesapeake Bay as many around the watershed work toward its restoration.



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