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Master's student at Plymouth State University presents to students at Gray-New Gloucester Middle School in Gray, Maine.
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Three beaches in New Hampshire are getting high marks for clean water quality.
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Building Capacity for Socio-Environmental Problem Solving
Jonathan Kramer, SESYNC
April 20, 2015
Presenter: Jon Devine
Jon Devine is a senior attorney with NRDC’s water program and he leads the clean water
solutions team. His work focuses on implementing, defending, and strengthening Clean
Water Act core programs. Jon specializes on the legal scope of the Clean Water Act; runoff
pollution and the use of green infrastructure; water quality and nutrient pollution in the
Mississippi River Basin; and mountaintop removal coal mining and its impacts on bodies
of water in Appalachia.
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