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Building Infrastructure Resiliency Starts With Creative Problem-Solving

August 6, 2014 by Christine Hertzog

We have significant infrastructure problems in the US. Long neglect of investment in infrastructure has left it crumbling. It is sometimes easy to witness in rusting bridges or potholed road surfaces. But deterioration in electric, water, and natural gas distribution systems go unseen until catastrophe strikes.[read more]

Building Climate-Resilient Communities with State Revolving Funds

July 24, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard

Climate Resiliency and State Funding

Water and wastewater infrastructure systems play a vital role in our daily lives. Without these critical systems, life as we know it would not be possible. Yet much of this infrastructure is outdated, under-maintained, and in desperate need of repair.[read more]

The Losing Economics of Investing in Aging Coal Plants: Part 2

April 21, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard
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Investors have projected another bleak year for the US coal industry – but 2014 may be the worst year for coal producers. In contrast, investors are increasingly warming up to the economic viability of alternative energy sources, including energy efficiency, and giving the dirty coal industry the cold shoulder.[read more]