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Climate Resilient Development at the Local Level: Implementing Baltimore’s Pedestrian-Oriented Development Through the Climate Action Plan

Baltimore’s Mayor introduced its Climate Action Plan (CAP) with these words: “While we as a City alone cannot change the course of world climate patterns, we must do our part. The City of Baltimore’s Climate Action plan is our promise to take action, reduce our...

A Constitutional Right Not to Travel? Using the Inverse of an Established Constitutional Right in the Climate Migration Context to Challenge Harmful Government Action

A Constitutional Right Not to Travel? Using the Inverse of an Established Constitutional Right in the Climate Migration Context to Challenge Harmful Government Action

Climate Migration Anthropogenic climate change is arguably the problem of our generation. Unchecked burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, unsustainable development practices, industrial agriculture, and the global transportation sector are just a few examples of the...

Climate Resilient Development at the Local Level: Leveraging FEMA Programs for Floodplain Remapping Initiatives:  A Guide for Local Municipalities

Climate Resilient Development at the Local Level: Leveraging FEMA Programs for Floodplain Remapping Initiatives: A Guide for Local Municipalities

Floods present one of the greatest threats to communities in the United States. Flooding is involved in 90% of all natural disasters and every state has experienced a flood in the last five years. In response to the increases in federal disaster relief due to...

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