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A little-known bureaucrat named James Cason is reshaping the Department of the Interior.
By Adam Federman
One day in Mid-March, James Cason, the associate deputy secretary at the Department of the Interior, convened an impromptu meeting of the senior staff of the Bureau of Land Management. 349 more words
An urgent warning of major threats to the survival of our planet has just been published in BioScience. The paper by Ripple et al. 315 more words
In its early days, Charlottetown benefited from a clear town planning framework.
This (unfortunately sketchy) plan shows the essence of the approach – a street grid running perpendicular and parallel to the harbor, anchored by five parks, four green residential squares ( Rochford, Connaught, Kings, and Hillsborough ) and one central, civic super-block (Queen Square – the open green rectangle). 708 more words