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View Resource U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit

Individuals, businesses, and communities can respond to the challenges of our changing climate. This framework can guide you through the process of planning and implementing resilience-building...
View Resource Nonpoint Pollution for Municipal Officials (NEMO): Tools and Resources

Basic NEMO (Nonpoint source pollution Education for Municipal Officials) presentations, fact sheets, and soap box articles regarding the link between land use and water quality. NEMO has come to...
View Resource Environmental Contamination and Public Health: The Kilauea Story

In the last century, sugar plantations blanketed the Hawaiian Islands from Hilo to Lihue. Today, just a single plantation remains in operation. Yet many of these plantations leave behind a hidden...
View Resource The Great Energy Challenge: Four Ways to Look at Global Carbon Footprints

Four ways to look at Global Carbon Footprints: Fourteen nations and Europe account for about 80 percent of world greenhouse gas emissions.
View Resource Threats to At-Risk Species in America's Private Forests: A Forests on the Edge Report

America's private forests harbor thousands of species - from butterflies, bears, birds and bats; to salmon, snails and salamanders that inhabit streams and wetlands; to flowers, trees and shrubs that...
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