IAN in the Media

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The Washington Post (Mon 1 Mar, 2010)
Manure becomes pollutant as its volume grows unmanageable
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Nearly 40 years after the first Earth Day, this is irony: The United States has reduced the manmade pollutants that left its waterways dead, discolored and occasionally flammable.


United Press International (Mon 1 Mar, 2010)
Manure a growing pollution problem
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON, March 1 (UPI) -- Environmentalists and scientists say animal manure is becoming a growing pollution problem in the United States.


The Washington Post (Thu 18 Feb, 2010)
Planet Panel: Missteps and moisture
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Q: As the controversy swirling around the IPCC deepens at the same time some are questioning the significance of global warming now that large portions of the U.S. are buried under record-breaking snow, what kind of information do policymakers need to make decisions about climate change?


The Baltimore Sun (Mon 8 Feb, 2010)
Feared coastal flooding has yet to materialize: Ocean City officials expect to examine beach Monday
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Fears of widespread coastal flooding from a combination of high tides and the snowstorm's high winds did not materialize, though Ocean City officials are expected to examine the town's beaches today.


The Washington Post (Thu 4 Feb, 2010)
Planet Panel - Both are needed
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Q: As the prospects for a climate bill in the Senate get dimmer, some in Congress have said the solution is not to limit U.S. emissions but instead invest in green technology (wind, solar or earth's natural heat) that might be able to produce the same energy but with less pollution. Is this a good way to go, instead of setting a legal limit on emissions?


The Washington Post (Tue 2 Feb, 2010)
Letter to the Editor: The heat is on
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Only one of the panelists in Jan. 19 "Planet Panel" was a scientist: Donald Boesch is a professor of marine science. The other, Ben Lieberman, trained as a lawyer and accountant. Your paper allowed Lieberman to claim something that is contradicted by most real evidence: that there has been a "decade-long period of no additional warming."


The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Thu 28 Jan, 2010)
Action urged on rising sea
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Current and former Louisiana scientists sent a letter dated Jan. 15 to Gov. Bobby Jindal to emphasize the importance of factoring in what they insist is the reality of sea-level rise in ongoing coastal restoration and protection work.


The Washington Post (Wed 27 Jan, 2010)
Planet Panel - A matter of when not if
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Q: Recently, a U.N. scientific report was found to have included a false conclusion about the melting of Himalayan glaciers. That followed the release of stolen e-mails last year, which showed climate scientists commiserating over problems with their data. Is there a broader meaning in these two incidents, and should they cause the public to be more skeptical about the underlying science of climate change?


The Washington Post (Mon 25 Jan, 2010)
Planet Panel - Not a partisan issue
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Q: What does the outcome of the Massachusetts Senate election mean for the chances of a climate bill passing the Senate this year?


The Maryland Daily Record (Fri 22 Jan, 2010)
On the move: Boards
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Donald F. Boesch, University System of Maryland vice chair for sustainability and president of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, has been appointed chair of the Ocean Studies Board of the National Research Council. The NRC is part of the National Academy of Sciences. It conducts studies to improve government decision-making and public policy, increase public understanding, and promote the acquisition of knowledge related to science and technology.



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