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Damming Even More Free-Flowing Rivers Is Not a Necessary Climate Tradeoff
And the Grammy Goes to…the IPCC for (Renewable) Revolution Rock
Silk Road 2.0: China in a Post-Pandemic World
Frozen 2 With Jeff Opperman and Jake Jabbour
Nobody Mentioned Scorpions: Global Warming's Secondary Effects Sting
How the World Can Meet Climate and Energy Targets, While Keeping Its Remaining Free-Flowing Rivers
Energy Will Always Leave Footprints: Projected Hydropower Would Leave Deeper Global Footprint Than Solar and Wind
Rep. Kuster Proposes Billions for National Hydropower Upgrades, Dam Repair and Removal
Killer Fog, Forests, and Wildlife: How Safeguarding Nature Can Reduce Risk of Future Pandemics
One Size Does Not Fit All Rivers: Diverse Protection Mechanisms Needed To Keep Them Connected
Unprotected: Urgent Need to Safeguard More of the World's Remaining Free-Flowing Rivers
The Oscars For Earth Day
Taylor Swift Is Bringing Us Back to Nature
Climate and Energy Illustrate Potential to Liberate the Good Trends From the Bad
Akron's 'Killer Fog' Showed How Healing Nature Could Contribute to Pandemic Fight
Wildlife Populations Have Declined by 68% Since 1970—And It’s Humanity’s Fault
Renewable Revolution Can Reduce Risk for National Parks Threatened by Hydropower Development
Energy Systems Can Contribute to the Decline of Freshwater Ecosystems – Or Help Reverse It
Sustaining the Last Rivers
'The Numbers Are Just Horrendous.' Almost 30,000 Species Face Extinction Because of Human Activity
From Flaming to Free-Flowing: The Full Lesson of the Recovery of the Cuyahoga River (Commentary)
Behind Cuyahoga River Cleanup Was Mayor Stokes’ Vision That Equality Has an Environmental Side: Jeff Opperman (Opinion)
The Beautiful Rivers—And the Dammed
Flooding and Natural and Nature-Based Solutions
Powering the World and Saving Rivers With Low Carbon, Low Cost and Low Conflict Energy Grids
Renewable Revolution Can Fundamentally Alter Energy-River Equation
Gaining Power but Losing Ground? Balancing Hydropower and Sand Supply on the Irrawaddy
Reducing Conflicts Between Hydropower and Fish Can Lower Investment Risk
California Had Record Water Year. Why Central Valley Must Invest in Flood Protection
Processes and Management for Ecosystem Services
Following Dam Cancellation, Myanmar Can Lead On Sustainable Energy
How Do Cities Rebuild After Hurricanes Like Harvey and Irma?
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