CLC releases new study on “Green Infrastructure”

Nature-based approaches will meet new water management challenges at lower cost, improve the ecosystem, provide greater resiliency

WASHINGTON, D.C. [Dec. 8, 2015] – The Conservation Leadership Council (CLC) today released a new study examining the role of “green infrastructure,” a new and emerging approach that relies on nature-based systems to address challenges in the water sector. The CLC report, authored by The Horinko Group, asserts that the new approaches will promote ecosystem services, permit greater resiliency and provide water quality and quantity treatment at lower cost than traditional “grey” solutions in the water sector. MORE

Norton, Schafer Discuss Conservative Effort on Environmentalism

How would a bottom-up approach to environment policy help engage conservatives and promote the conservative environmental agenda? During E&E TV’s OnPoint, Ed Schafer, former secretary of Agriculture and former governor of North Dakota, and Gale Norton, former Interior secretary, discuss their work with the Conservation Leadership Council and explain why they believe limited government is the best approach to managing the United States’ environmental challenges. MORE