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"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"Travel through Prince William County Last month, their board of Supervisors voted to build a bypass rather than just widened the current 28 through Manassas Park in Manassas. In Fairfax, Counting the law against Ng w T O P news never seen someone throw trash out their window. You may soon be able to report such an action cable, Maren Dino and Ben Swanson founded Waterway advocates earlier this year, their focus, cleaning up our area's waterways and stopping people from littering. We do take reports from citizens when it comes to pollution and letter concerns their latest efforts getting drivers to stop throwing trash, especially cigarette butts from their windows. It's called the Litterbug Reporting program, which is actually really successful as an educational opportunity, and several other states points would go through a hotline. And while there won't be any tickets, their plan is to have letters sent to driver's home. Our organization as well as these other organizations are really going to see this program launched rather quickly within our area. Melissa how the BTO Peonies. Here's another indication the Chesapeake Bay is getting healthier. A dead zone is an area in the bay, where oxygen levels are so low that fish and other underwater Life can't breathe, and they typically peak in size over the summer. But this past summer the dead zone in the Maryland part of the Bay was the second smallest since the state started monitoring for them in 1985, and they're similar news from the Commonwealth's portion where the Virginia Institute of Marine Science says the dead zone was the smallest in five years. Beth McGee, director of science with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, says it's another positive sign that watershed wide Bay cleanup efforts are working. Michelle bash. W T o P News just ahead in money news. Why talking? Politics at work is inevitable. I'm Jeff Global, It's 3 24. Transparency and trust makes.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"The make up exams in June the college boards had problems last week were most likely the result of an out of date browsers on students computers take Ryan WTOP news the Chesapeake Bay foundation and local attorneys general are threatening to sue the EPA saying it's illegally failing to enforce the clean waters act and an agreement among states to cut pollution federal courts have repeatedly upheld the legality of the blueprint talking about the Chesapeake clean water blueprint will Baker of the Chesapeake Bay foundation says it's the best and perhaps last chance to save the bay right now it's a race to the EPA's unwillingness to address major deficiencies in the final plan submitted by Transylvania New York Baker says if the EPA doesn't force those upper stage to plan more stringent pollution diets after sixty days notices of intent to sue will become lawsuits Kristy king WTOP news the EPA tells WTOP is preparing a response and we're waiting for it three forty two the Florida Keys will reopen to tourists June first more than two months after the island's closed to visitors to minimize the spread of coronavirus checkpoints that barred visitors will be removed hotels campgrounds and vacation rentals will be allowed to re open at fifty percent occupancy the keys have been closed to non resident since March twenty second as things loosened up and you eventually open that business again experts say you should put a few important things on that to do list after you turn on the lights start turning on all the water faucets in.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
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"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"It in your area that's reveals R. E. E. L. C. dot com reduces a hundred broadcasting company WTOP news some major trouble for the purple line the company's building the light rail line have announced they're leaving the project the combined companies are called the purple line transit constructors or P. LTC in a statement the project director says there were numerous delays out of its control and quote D. LTC was unable to obtain the time and cost relief to which it is entitled cost over runs and delays have added hundreds of millions to the project's cost the builders plan what they say will be an orderly transition away from the project that's expected to take two to three months in its own statement to the Maryland department of transportation Maryland transit administration says quote we remain committed to continuing negotiations and focused on getting this key transit projects completed and operational for the taxpayers of Maryland Michelle Basch WTOP news the oyster and clam industry typically generates thirty million dollars a year but during the pandemic many restaurants are closed and there's little demand oyster hatchery operations have slow down increase more a senior scientist with the Chesapeake Bay foundation says that means demand isn't what farmers hope for they really need to be focused on making sure their seed does well during these next couple months so that will provide the the benefit for their industry in their and their cooperation in the coming you know year too and he says well there has been a decrease in pollution some oyster restoration projects have been held up some of those actual investments in our resources may not actually be able to be made because of the slowdowns related code before says it will be awhile before they know just how serious the effects on the environment really are Melissa Howell WTOP news coming up one lawyer gets pulled back into nursing during the pandemic I'm John Aaron it's seven thirty seven sheltering in place is not easy all of us are getting a bit of cabin fever but you know.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"Market has begun to slow down and it's really hurting business hours more a senior scientist with the Chesapeake Bay foundation says hatchery operations have slowed and not as many oysters are being produced the other impact there's not a market for a lot of these washers approach will grow once they get too big they can still be sold but the value that they tend to get for those goes down as for the crab population another concern among farmers even if things start to return back to normal that crab prices and and prices for other other types of seafood stated pressed because it's not necessarily one of things people do every day Moore says buying directly from your local Waterman is a good way to help support the market you really can't get to know where your food comes from Alyssa how old W. two opinions other news of the day a man is dead in Charles county after a shoot out in a love played a neighbor who is ten AM when the first call to nine one one was made about an attempted home invasion on spring cordon la Plano then lots more calls started coming in about a man with an assault rifle going up to other homes at one house he actually broke out a window and then walked off and went up to another house which was several homes away and stood in the front yard and fired multiple rounds that's when Charles county sheriff's deputies arrived in knowing there were children in the at house one of the officers discharged his firearm which struck at the table the gunmen Diane Richardson with the Charles county sheriff's office says he was then rushed to the hospital but died but why this happened is still a big mystery John Doman WTOP news stick around we'll tell you about a Maryland business owner who's in hot water for trying to re open it too early eight fifteen.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"Down and businesses are being hit hard Chris Moore a senior scientist with the Chesapeake Bay foundation says hatchery operations have slowed and not as many oysters are being produced the other impact there's not a market for a lot of these washers approach will grow once they get too big they can still be sold but the value that they tend to get for those goes down as for the crab population another concern among farmers even as things start to return back to normal that crab prices and and prices for other other types of seafood stay depressed because it's not necessarily one of things people do every day Moore says buying directly from your local Waterman is a good way to help support the market you really can't get to know where your food comes from Alyssa how old W. two opinions well they've served our country well and now they want to serve people who are in need during the corona virus emergence of the veterans group in Maryland wants to help those who can't leave their homes to get basic necessities are planning on doing is picking up food or medicine for the elderly or anybody gets really can't leave their home and then what we'll do is drop it off to them at their location that's Karen Kendra homes with the United States veterans reserve corps she said she knows there's a lot of people in need where we would like to do is get out there and do whatever we can for the community Stephanie gains Bryant WTOP news the Maryland house of delegates Republican caucus has sent a letter to governor Larry Hogan asking him to share information about the two thousand inmates that have been quietly released from the department of public safety and correctional services custody since the pandemic began Maryland matters reports the Republican lawmakers are concerned about the state's plan is to release prison inmates to slow the spread of the virus and asking for information on the crimes they were convicted of committing and the regions where they've been released meantime prince George's county is asking a federal judge to throw out a civil rights groups lawsuit that claims its jails has failed to stop an uncontrolled corona virus outbreak or properly care for infected prisoners it's a class action suit filed by civil rights corps that claims prince George's county jail prisoners who tested positive for cocaine nineteen are isolated in cells with filthy and unsanitary conditions district judge Paul as in as it has not ruled on the civil rights groups request for her to order the immediate release of medically vulnerable prisoners well zooming it with work in France certainly it's been a great way to stay connected but researchers say this is also a good idea disconnect it's being called zoom fatigue overdosing on soon to stay connected to work as well as friends and family chief of clinical services with the dorm Dr Amanda Falk says too much soon can be physically and emotionally taxing the key is balance first thing in the morning shouldn't be a time where you are in front of the screen and right before you go to bed also with folk recommends taking a walk first thing in the morning instead of connecting to zoom Stefan Kaufmann CBS news with all the state homeowners many of us have been adjusting our daily routines a lot of us have resorted to some old favorites it's the audio equivalent to comfort foods survey of music being streamed online shows more people are listening to songs they're familiar with rather the new release and there's been an increase in streaming of classical music and programming for children performers including lady Gaga have put off new releases since they can't play concerts to promote their new music that's meant to bump in streaming of their older phones follow the.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"City's downtown street corner the free lance star says the judge has agreed to a fifteen day stay of her order to remove the block and transfer it to a local museum this allows a business owner in the area who is challenging the removal to ask the Virginia Supreme Court to take on the case the owner of the building in a restaurant nearby claims they'll lose business from tourist traffic if that slave auction block is removed for decades the Chesapeake Bay foundation a nonprofit that advocates to protect the watershed got funding from the state of Maryland for education programming this year there's nothing in the budget for that organization according to the Chesapeake Bay foundation the funding for its hands on outdoor education programs would have amounted to four hundred forty thousand dollars at the nonprofit's president will Baker said the funding had been zeroed out of governor Larry Hogan's budget proposal we were shocked we had no notice of this we had no discussion nothing at a house subcommittee meeting last week delegates Jared Solomon and Ben Barnes commented on the cut there's a glaring budget change yeah I mean it does appear to be arbitrary and capricious doesn't have poking communications director Michael Ritchie said the administration decided to take the money and fund other organizations that don't have the resources that the Chesapeake Bay foundation does Kate Ryan WTOP news it recently landed a leading eleven Helen Hayes nominations for the little shop of horrors now constellation theatre is adapting a farce based on Alfred Hitchcock's the thirty nine steps a London man goes on the run.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WTOP
"Fours Lauren rickets joins us here on what looks like a pretty decent afternoon yeah it's not going to be a bad afternoon whatsoever those temperatures right around fifty degrees for daytime highs I think some areas could make it into the low fifties given the sunshine that we're getting so depending on where you are will depend on how much sunshine you're going to see we've got a mix of sun and clouds out there a little bit more cloud cover north and west to DC but listen it's gonna be dry today drying tonight twenties and thirties tomorrow I have a little bit of a breeze interviews after about nine ten o'clock in the morning northwest winds ten to twenty miles an hour temperatures a few degrees cooler than today mid upper forties and I get a mix of sun and clouds Wednesday Thursday to temperatures right around forty so it'll be a little colder on Wednesday and Thursday what some sunshine but we won't have the winds front a few more clouds temperatures mid forties now we had into this upcoming weekend that's when we have some issues well could have some issues are watching the track of the system jury still out on that exact track could slid to the south of us and Mrs completely or could roll up the coast and bring us some rain showers right now we just do not have enough information to figure that out so I have a small chance of rain for the weekend temperatures mid upper forties forty nine right now in Washington for both of our already up to fifty degrees arrested in at forty seven and it is very forty six and it's forty five right now outside brought to you by new look home design get sixty percent off all roofing materials new look home design dot com it's twelve twenty one in the Chesapeake Bay foundation is suing the environmental protection agency saying the trump administration is declining to enforce environmental rules that protects the bay The Washington Post reports in the past month the EPA has.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Buys organizations that often don't have medical experts on staff can this lead people into believing that they do not have the option or the eighth in legal, right? To access abortion care is frankly, unconscionable and cruel the legislature sought to create a family planning pilot project with. The purpose of encouraging healthy childbirth and supporting childbirth as an alternative to abortion took her says most crisis pregnancy centers are operated by antiabortion or conservative, religious groups, and the state of Pennsylvania has fallen far behind in his commitment to reduce pollution that flows downstream to the Chesapeake Bay. That's according to new report in twenty nine six watersheds state signed onto the Chesapeake clean water blueprint setting goals, reducing surface and groundwater pollution, by the year. Twenty twenty five though, other states are close to having plans in practices in place to meet their targets. The Chesapeake Bay foundation report says Pennsylvania's draft plan would fall more than thirty percents short of reaching its target for curbing nitrogen pollution, and Harry Campbell who heads. The foundations Pennsylvania office says the state hasn't allocated the funds necessary to implement the plan without net. There will not be success in terms of clean water for Pennsylvania, for our drinking. Water for our farms for communities for families, and certainly for the Chesapeake Bay, Pennsylvania would need an estimated four hundred eighty.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Well fan deleo wasn't the answer. I guess Yankees. Eight Red Sox nothing Chris sale bombs out again and the Red Sox are six and twelve the Yankees seven nine with the wind Nathan evolved. Jay go tonight. Both heavy areas. New of eight PawSox dropped the double header yesterday. Follow game of the homestand tonight. Six oh, five radar NewsRadio nine twenty one. Oh, four seven FM Celts host Indiana tonight. The Bruins on the ice in Toronto against the Maple Leafs. And the patriots signed to marry his Thomas, I'm Steve McDonald, NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven one year contract for Damaris Thomas. He's only thirty one years old. He suffered achilles injury last year. Split his time between two teams. But as I said thirty one years old could have a lot left in the tank and Lord knows Brady needs a few targets. So not a bad risk six. Fifty six Pennsylvania is getting an official amphibian. And just wait until you hear the name of this thing. It's FOX's Jill NATO with the story. It is one very ugly salamander that can grow up to two feet long. It's called the eastern hell bender, and it's the largest amphibian North America. And it comes with many nicknames, like mud devil lasagna, lizard, devil dog grand puppy and Allegheny alligator the Pennsylvania house voted overwhelmingly to make the hell bender the state's official amphibian, but the salamanders numbers are on the decline. The Chesapeake Bay foundation says there used to be plenty of them in Pennsylvania's recently is nineteen ninety but their numbers have since been decimated by pollution chill. Nato fucks news sounds creepy. Six fifty seven now, lots of folks these days of loyal to certain brands, if not would we really still be seeing so many iphones in people's handsome. But which brands have the strongest consumer response Christie. Tina, we're here to the rescue. Yes. Harris poll they're here to the rescue as well they released their thirty. First annual equa trends study, Ron which rates brands in such industries as media travel, financial, entertainment, restaurants, and more. The report looked at three main factors when judging brand equity, which which were familiarity quality and purchase consideration and those with the highest levels they were dubbed brands of the year. That's how they came to find it. Overall, ninety one companies have earned brand of the year the honors this year and over eighty seven categories with more than forty five thousand US consumers assessing nearly two thousand brands across a hundred ninety six categories let's touch on a few as for some of the top brands in and out burger won for best burger restaurant..
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That they call the Democrats, basically till the Democrats stopped the delay tactics. Let's negotiate steal the nation's largest government worker union is calling on the Senate to defy the president and support house bills that would fund all departments now closed. Bob Costantini, the White House, and you can hear the president's remarks live on WMA Alar coverage will start at nine tomorrow night. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe says he's deciding if he'll run for president governor McAuliffe is urging fellow Democrats to beat President Trump in twenty twenty by rising above what McAuliffe calls the pig pen. Then adding he is a compulsive liar. There's nothing that Donald Trump says is the truth. So you gotta hit them on the falsehoods that he has the former DNC chair says he thinks former vice president Joe Biden will run I do think vice president Biden's probably running from my conversations with him McAuliffe, adding he's gonna make his decision. Mine will be totally independent of what the vice president does McAuliffe expected to make an announcement in the near future, Barbara Brit, WMA L Wm, AL dot com. Twenty eighteen Chesapeake state of the bay report is declining for the first time in ten years. The one point drop from a C minus two d plus reflects last year's heavy rain dubbing pollution from Pennsylvania sites. Concerns over rollbacks of air pollution regulations by the Trump administration. Anytime you burn a fossil fuel nitrous oxides, go into the atmosphere and. Come back down to earth, either falling directly into the water or onto land. And then running off will Baker president of the Chesapeake Bay foundation says however that there are signs at the bay is developing a resilience damage a scientist with the foundation said that the rain last year actually helped reduce dead zones in the bay by turning.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Find out what we're doing legislatively. We've got some plans going on there. We've been talking to lawmakers were crafting letters and so forth. We've been we've been active all year and. You know, it's it's. It's it's rocking and rolling so session coming up. All right, girl. Thank you. Right. Here we go, and we got capped Stony beach. Good morning cabin fever. I liked that. Yeah. Robin, robin. Yep. Alan Cohen to enter the contest. All right. I've been kind of out of touch for a number of reasons, but what's going on with the kind of wings were they doing are nasty up there again. Yeah, they've been they've been dumping a bunch of water. I mean record rainfalls up in Pennsylvania. So they've got to get rid of the water somehow or another, of course, there was a big article in the sun about it about, you know, kinda lingo, flooding the bag and the Waterman are complaining and understood. But you know, what are we supposed to do? Yeah. You know, what are they supposed to do with it? So. Exelon they always get painted as the bad guys. But you know, when the power goes out who you gonna call. So I guess there's no alternative governor was trying to figure out some ways to minimize. I guess it debris was coming through. But yeah. That's a herculean effort. But anyway, you can't fight mother nature. My friend. You can't do. Anyway, hey, I've got a question. How about how about a retrieval crew how about somebody led by different watermelons association? Get all the boats up there at the mouth of the river and equip them with a certain kind of recovery gear. And and see what happens see if they can go snag some of that debris coming down through. It doesn't help the silk problem. You know, there's still going to be a ton of silt. But if you know if you're worried about the debris. Well, you know, what are you gonna do? But as long as the federal government's willing to throw money at a project for the Chesapeake Bay watermen are willing to help. Okay. Barbara mcculskey got what sixteen million dollars a few years back for the ghost crab pot recovery program and the Waterman jumped right to the challenge because they're getting paid to go out there and pull up those old rusty nasty. Ghost crab traps when the money stopped who's in charge. I'm an heard a word about ghost crab traps in five years. Well, you know, maybe one of the Waterman wants to call me up and tell me that there's something still going on. But you know, Chesapeake Bay foundation, they're celebrating the victory of the in the house by the by the Democrats, and you know, that that's going to be somehow able to stop the the policies of the Trump administration. Because of course, you know, Donald Trump personally is I don't know if he's peeing in the bay killing it, or what the reason is. But you know, he's he's he's the most horrible thing that ever came along for the Chesapeake Bay so on the back of that, of course, in this money, and that'll help us, you know. Yeah. Is what it is. The information I guess needs to be put out there. Because what you're saying right now is I don't actually think I've heard that perspective before. But again, you know, not to allow these working the stations in the bay talk. But. I like the fish. Yeah. Well, you ought to get on their on their website. Okay. Now. But what's what's what's website? Should I go to I just to get an inkling of what's going on for what for the activities going on regarding? The the money's going towards debate. What you were just saying about the Trump administration's. Work or non work on the bay. What's is there? A website that really take your rights this stuff. Well, that'd be Chesapeake Bay foundation CBS dot org. If you want. Stay up to date on the critical issues. We're advocating for in the twenty one thousand nine Maryland legislative session. You know? Silt is being dumped into the base killing. The oysters. But the the oysters don't have a shot in the upper bay. Anyway, MSMX Dermot are still endemic in the population. And you know. But CBS convicts it just send them money. Yeah. So I mean, the, you know, they're suing they're suing the Environmental Protection Agency. Take a look take a look. I'll take a look. Our buddy. Thank you. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Yep. This administration fired one of the best guys that we had in the. In the mix for the for the restoration. If there was going to be such a thing, and that was a former director fisheries. So, you know, everything's political. Isn't it? Let me tell you about our friends at Chesapeake outdoors. Oh my gosh. I was in near the other day. And of course, the hunters you're in there. The waterfowl were were in there that day the deer hunters were in there. Getting ready to go everything you need for deer hunting from ammo to cover our sense to attracted sense to Muzzleloader stuff too. I don't know tree stands and supplements like apple cracker. 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"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on Z104
"You get so many pictures of people and they're like ooh Crown Say you see a crown and sash you just I gotta. Get so what would you say the benefits of competing in pageants are, so and I know for, me I will say this the very first passion I ever competed. In I flyer hanging up in high school and it said thousand dollars. Scholarship and so I was I'm in was ocean. Lakes. Okay Forgot we went. To But, but it was like I looked, and, I was like scholarships I'm going, and, I had no I if you've ever, seen little miss sunshine I have. And. I love it okay so you remember how she looked on stage and, it? Was just like? Really. That will change I. Had no idea what, I. Was getting into, and it was a? Miss, America, prelims, go figure. And a hot mess but, I had fun and I. Was like you know I got, up in front of an auditorium. Of hundreds of people and I remember my, parents asked me they were like nervousness scared I was like how could you tell no no no I wasn't. I just size is like I'm here, to have fun I don't know what I'm doing but I'm hearing a su- late so no, back, soon have a good time but you know it really it showed me that I could do anything that I put my mind. To do, and then the next time you know I got. Bit by the bug will say that after that first pageant and I was like okay let me do my homework and looking up, and seeing you exactly, what, I should do. Address should look like what I hear you know just. So that I make sure I'm well rounded and then the next time I go on my second pageant I get second, place out of fifty were like literally fifty two girls and, I, was like oh it's on now, so, every other time it was every time, I go it was something that. I. Learned new about myself for something that I learned to tweak or what, I, needed to change Or what I needed to adjust to make myself better speaker to more presentable to judges in public to me You know whatever whatever the thing was there. Was always something new you learn and so it was that it was just a little flyer in high school and then here you are, like, it's just crazy and there's girls know they do this. Just out of you just on a whim like hey I'm gonna do it just to see what it's like and then they have a ball and then they're hitting come coming back and then eighteen pageants later I, am so proud of you I feel like I said I see all these people. On Facebook and you know you see what your friends are? Doing and what they're, up to, and you're proud of everybody but. I just I've always kind of looked at like this is. Just the coolest that I have a beauty like I love what you do and I think it's important. That you get them involved in such really? Cool organizations and you, know you you, let, everyone that it's not, just a beauty pageant that there's so. Much more what types of events do state titleholders get to participate India so. Say title holders of course our main focus is anything environmental everyone has their different initiatives we do here in this area we're going to, be, doing a lot of beach cleanups with the Virginia and. Maryland girls watersheds know Alexa she does a lot with what is it the Chesapeake Bay foundation and Gratien so going and? Doing watershed cleanups beach cleanups that's the big thing around. Here so we want to protect. It but they make appearances, we we actually the girls had a, promo tour that, they did where we had all the Virginia and Maryland girls here in June and they all. Came into the area we had different little meet and, greets we did again the cleanup's all kinds of different appearances gal all kinds of things, we do street cleanups over in this area every now and then like as a, whole you know with, Entercom just saying if you guys she's we're always looking for extra hands and feet. So absolutely if you're just tuning in that's ki moon Smith? The director of the, mismanagement and, Miss Virginia earth United States pageant. I've also got Alexa are Zillow she is the current teen. Miss Virginia Hello ladies do so how did the girls do at the at the nationals out of there. By Maryland though I like.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A hot spring day sunday at eighty seven for the high current temperatures for has a little bit of a jump in baltimore city sixty three degrees right now in baltimore fifty seven degrees in wasn't coming up all in the news at nine this morning to found shot to death in maryland home we're on the phone here this morning with anna rondo county executive steve shoe he's got his annual budget is out this week and steve county much of it right there on the chesapeake bay the tributaries of the bay there was a report that came out in the last couple of weeks at bay grasses are are on the comeback what what's in your budget that helps to protect the environment and the chesapeake bay we launched the largest waterway cleanup effort in enron the county history a few years ago and it is absolutely making progress one of the things that i reported yesterday my budget dress is that based on the chesapeake bay foundations report card the chesapeake bay and its tributaries are in the best condition they've been in since the nineteen forties it's it's incredible how much progress has been made and how much it's bounced back it's got to the point now where you know in the beginning when it was so sick when all these efforts started a couple of decades ago that it was just kinda brute force to help the bay recovered but now it's starting to heal itself steve i want to get back to the the opioid crisis in the county as you indicated over a thousand people overdose last year one hundred and fifty of them died unnecessarily they would have not gotten hooked on these opioids but where are these opioids coming from are they coming from from doctors who are overly prescribing them or from street thugs who have access to them well to the credit of the medical profession we're seeing a very sharp decline in over prescribing of opiates of opiates these these fatalities and overdoses are from street drugs and and the and the the the the the tally factor is a result of synthetic opiates sentinel carfax parties neither heroin is child's play compared.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"People stopped polluting because pollution stopped being socially acceptable and this is the crux of the debate happening in washington right now is federal money still needed to keep the bay clean the trump administration proposes a budget that would cut funding for chesapeake bay cleanup crews seventy three million dollars to zero back on land we sit down at the water's edge with will baker the head of the chesapeake bay foundation he's worked here since nineteen seventy six and just recently there have been some really exciting developments prehistoric fish that used to be thick in these waters and went nearly extinct are now making a comeback when i first heard that spawning sturgeon were back in the bay my reaction was yes we can get this done it's really exciting you give nature half a chance and she will produce every single time the us is full of big polluted bodies of water the great lakes the mississippi river so i asked baker why the chesapeake bay should get all this attention and taxpayer money this is where the store spangledbanner was written this is where the revolutionary war was fought cruelly it is where america's started this is a body of water that produces more seafood per acre and really any other body of water in the country i've heard people argue that states that wanna do this can do this at the state level why do you think the federal government in the ep a need to play a role in what should that role be so the critical role the epa has been to be the glue that holds the six states and the district of columbia together working in concert to save the chesapeake bay system he says it required money and regulations along with social pressure carrots sticks and people caring.
"chesapeake bay foundation" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Support for this npr podcast comes from amazon studios and lionsgate presenting the big sick the new comedy from judd appetite based on the true life romance and cultureclash of camille man's yanni and emily gordon now playing and select cities everywhere july fourteenth some are on the chesapeake bay is in full swing we're in maryland we came here to find out what decades of work at hundreds of billions of dollars have done to clean up this body of water and look at what might happen to it under a new administration this boat belongs to the chesapeake bay foundation beatable researcher beth mcgee is on board with us and glad that she's not behind a desk with then the a real sign of male on more but i get out personally sale at makes up for it she moved to this area in the 1980s when factories were still dumping waste into the bay and farmers were filling the water with fertilizer wasters were scarce crabs were hard to find today today things have improved in ways you can see and ways you cannot say there we pull our boat up alongside three young guys drawing blue crabs out of the water on a long line matt gaskins is twenty two years old and grew up around here he gives us a peek inside his bucket there clearly face dude snapping at the at the mic and you can tell whether called blue crabs there bright bright blue so you live around here decribing every summer yes how's the summer looking odds really good this year everyone pretty much around the whole rivers than doing really well can you pretty much tell whether the bay is doing well and not by whether you're catching crabs are not yet definitely i think last year there's a ton of grasses.
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"I think i was over a thinking of dinner last night from chip boat lay of all places were sporting the chesapeake bay foundation in any i saw stores radio shack right right by they're going out of sale entire stores on sale at like male affiliate dejavu and we've gone through that once before a target walmart i think are a bit different animals and i i do think there is a place in this world for the walmart particular i mean there is a physical footprint there you can't discount in retail is ultimately about logistics in in in today's world is becoming more so that's lambs on so well i think from walmart the real opportunity probably on the investing side is for them to figure out a way to return on capital shareholders were talking about this yesterday on margaret foolery but i mean when you look at the repurchases for example walmart's were purchased they brought down there share about eight percent over the past five years you compare that the apple apples brought their count them down more than twenty percent now that is a tech company mean that's material uh so i think there's a there's an opportunity for walmart and certainly also on the dividend side as well the yields under three percent still by the same token i think based on what matters saying there it seems like they're gonna continue investing in his ego ecommerce opportunity for some nonincome which is probably the right move but but again i think from investing perspective the bigger opportunity is is to get a little bit better about returning capital cheryl i can't help but think it's just a little too little too late for walmart and target and online but actually i hope they succeed because the uae one big risk for amazon now i mean i think amazon going to the moon but the one risk is at amazon just gets too big too influential and some kind of regulatory antitrust action start to kinda come ahead rumble but if walmart has success online and warmer it's already so huge and already counts for much more of total retail sales in the us that makes.