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Krause on affect of federal aversion to climate protection policies

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Dr. Rachel Krause was interviewed by Phys.Org for the article, "Federal aversion to climate protection policies could energize some cities, researcher says." Here's an excerpt of the article:

"In one of his first actions as president, Donald Trump rolled back previous federal policies on climate protection, energy efficiency and sustainability. But don't expect some local governments to slow down their own efforts, said a University of Kansas scholar of urban sustainability."

" 'Hostility to climate protection on the federal level could even energize some cities because they may view their efforts more important now than ever,' said Rachel Krause, associate professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration."

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