An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes released today

Today Greenleaf Board member, Dr. Don Wuebbles, released “An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes,” which he led with many Scientists and Experts from Universities and Institutions in the Great Lakes Region, sponsored by the Environmental Law & Policy Center and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.  The report brings […]

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Future Value Wealth Symposium – DePaul University Conference on ESG Impact Investing

On November 1st, DePaul University hosted a wealth management conference on building portfolio values through investments that address the pressing issues of our time, such as energy and water. The stage was set by Dr. Don Wuebbles’ presentation (PDF) on the science and impact of climate change caused principally by CO2 release into the atmosphere from […]

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The University of Illinois launches CURES to become the go-to place for helping cities achieve resiliency and environmental sustainability

The Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES) in association with the University of Illinois has been established under the leadership of Dr. Don Wuebbles, Professor of Atmospheric Science and Greenleaf Board member. CURES combines the unique research capabilities of the University with applied learning, education, and public engagement to help cities of all […]

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Resources for the Future initiates its economic research platform on water

Greenleaf co-hosted a Chicago roundtable on September 27th (one of five nationally) to aid Resources for the Future, an independent research institution in Washington, DC, in establishing its new water resources research initiative. We convened experts from the Midwest on urban water infrastructure needs, prioritizing the availability of safe, affordable water, and the mitigation of […]

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Imagine a Day without Water

Water unites all of us. Can you begin to imagine a day without water? It isn’t just your personal use of water – brushing your teeth, flushing your toilet, taking a shower – though those rituals are vital. Water is also essential to a functioning economy. An economic study released by the Value of Water […]

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