Environments Newsletter

April 2015

Civic Engagement Around EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Plan

At the 2015 Emerging Issues Forum, Innovation Reconstructed, IEI released its 2015 North Carolina Civic Health Index. The report uses several measures to show levels of engagement by North Carolina residents with their communities, and makes the connection between engaged citizens and opportunities for collective problem solving. This is why IEI prioritizes having stakeholders collaborate to address emerging issues. When everyone rolls up their sleeves together, solving a daunting problem becomes far more likely, and the process far more manageable.

In this vein, IEI recently partnered with the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, Click here to continue reading…

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March 2015

The sea rises by how much?

February 2015

Landfills: out of sight, out of mind?

January 2015

BIG DATA DOWN ON THE FARM

December 2014

MAKING ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES WORK WITH THE ECONOMY

November 2014

Advanced Manufacturing and Energy in Germany

October 2014

Regulating Carbon: What Does it Mean for North Carolina?

September 2014

What the frack?

August 2014

DON’T LOSE AN EYE ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

July 2014

TRAVELING IN NC? PREPARE FOR A BUMPY RIDE

June 2014

PLAYING IN THE PARKS

May 2014

COAL ASH AND HOG LAGOONS

April 2014

NC’S CLEANTECH INDUSTRY

March 2014

ADEQUATE WATER FOR NC

February 2014

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