Can We Clean Up the Chesapeake Bay?

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For twenty years, federal and state regulators, local governments, and citizen interest groups have been struggling with the issue of the declining health of the Chesapeake Bay. Agreements have been made – and broken. Laws have been passed, regulations promulgated, executive orders issued…and to what result? The Bay is apparently no worse off today, but no better.

Recently, the Richmond Times Dispatch assembled a panel to discuss what they considered to be Virginia’s top environmental issues. While many agreed the cleanup of the Bay was one of, if not the most, important issue, how to correct what one panelist characterized as “400 years of development in Virginia,” and other causes of degradation, was harder to pin down.

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