Monthly Archives: June 2011

90% of Europeans care about environment

When Dutch politicians and business leaders chose to restore their environment within a single generation, they knew that the groundbreaking … Continue reading

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Charitable Water Rights Transfers? RRI’s Own Thomas Hicks Featured in West Northwest Environmental Law Journal

The Resource Renewal Institute hosted a discussion in November 2008 to explore and probe the intersection between federal tax and … Continue reading

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Missouri River could see flood of “Biblical proportions”

Dr. Shanks’ serious warnings about potential dam failure on the Missouri are reaching hundreds of readers and radio listeners nationwide. … Continue reading

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Michigan park fight moves to Federal Court

The fight to protect Jean Klock Park now moves to a Federal Court: The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Imperiled parks on the NY Times front page

Whether closed and abandoned through government budget cuts or sold and developed through predatory corporate schemes, the nation’s parks and … Continue reading

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