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Kiley Kroh Archives

Sea-Level Rise: A Slow-Motion Disaster

play_alt icon Video The Center for American Progress visited Norfolk, Virginia, a city on the front lines of the fight against rising seas, to talk to residents and community leaders about their efforts to save the city and learn to live with the water.

By Andrew Satter and Kiley Kroh | Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Using Executive Authority to Account for the Greenhouse-Gas Emissions of Federal Projects

Black Thunder Mine article icon Issue Brief The Obama administration should require that federal agencies account for greenhouse-gas pollution when considering new projects, especially on federal public lands and waters.

By Jessica Goad and Kiley Kroh | Thursday, April 25, 2013

Adding Fuel to the Fire: The Climate Consequences of Arctic Ocean Drilling

Kulluk article icon Issue Brief In order to avoid the catastrophic consequences of climate change, enormous fossil-fuel reserves will need to remain in the ground untouched.

By Kiley Kroh and Howard Marano | Thursday, March 21, 2013

Regional Energy, National Solutions

Clean energy book_alt2 icon Report By capitalizing on the unique strengths of each region of the United States, we can harness our country's resource diversity to move toward a brighter economic and energy future.

By Kate Gordon and Kiley Kroh | Thursday, October 18, 2012

Video: The Risks of Drilling in Alaska’s Arctic Ocean

Arctic coastline play_alt icon Video As offshore oil drilling edges ever closer to becoming a reality in the Arctic Ocean, the Center for American Progress examines the region's lack of readiness in the event of a spill.

By Kiley Kroh, Lauren Santa Cruz, Michael Conathan, and Andrew Satter | Sunday, August 19, 2012

The Foundations of a Blue Economy

article icon Issue Brief Michael Conathan and Kiley Kroh explain why promoting industries that recognize and augment the clean and health ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes ecosystems is crucial to our financial, biological, cultural, and spiritual well-being.

By Michael Conathan and Kiley Kroh | Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The Lasting Impact of Deepwater Horizon

The Gulf Coast is far from recovered two years after the worst oil spill in U.S. history, says Kiley Kroh.

By Kiley Kroh and Michael Conathan | Thursday, April 19, 2012

Winds of Change in Maryland

Kiley Kroh and Erin Gustafson outline how offshore wind is a good long-term investment for the state and its residents.

By Kiley Kroh and Erin Gustafson | Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Fueling a New Future for the Gulf Coast

Kiley Kroh and Kate Gordon explain how the RESTORE Act is critical for the environmental restoration and long-term economic resilience of the Gulf Coast.

By Kiley Kroh and Kate Gordon | Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Putting a Freeze on Arctic Ocean Drilling

book_alt2 icon Report Kiley Kroh, Michael Conathan, and Emma Huvos outline the shortcomings in the United States' response capabilities to an oil spill in the Arctic.

By Kiley Kroh, Michael Conathan, and Emma Huvos | Friday, February 3, 2012

A Fresh(water) Look at Economic Renewal and Job Creation

A group of like-minded Ohioans is pushing to be the first to tap into wind power in the Great Lakes, writes Kiley Kroh.

By Kiley Kroh | Tuesday, July 26, 2011

‘Where’s the Beach?!’

On World Oceans Day, Kiley Kroh breaks down what sea level rise means for one of Americans’ favorite vacation spots.

By Kiley Kroh | Wednesday, June 8, 2011

‘Like a Monster Coming down the River’

The heavy floods coming down the Mississippi River threaten Gulf Coast ecosystems and livelihoods, writes Kiley Kroh.

By Kiley Kroh | Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Turning Up the Heat on Emerging Arctic Challenges

The threats facing the Arctic region are mounting and the time to take unified action against them is now, writes Kiley Kroh.

By Kiley Kroh | Thursday, May 12, 2011

Fish Schticks: A Tour of Fast Food Fish

Michael Conathan, Kiley Kroh, and Junayd Mahmood peel back the breading on your fast food fish sandwich.

By Michael Conathan, Kiley Kroh, and Junayd Mahmood | Friday, May 6, 2011