A Plea for Southern Treasures

New York Times: The Southern Environmental Law Center, a Virginia-based nonprofit legal advocacy group, has released its 2012 list of the top 10 endangered places in the Southeast, environmentally speaking. While the list changes from year to year, certain places like Chesapeake Bay remain a top concern - and issues like pollution from coal-fired power plants and the protection of public lands and old-growth forest are recurring themes. While the list only considers six states, the issues raised by each site resonate......

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