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Recovering from economic and environmental disasters takes great patience and fortitude. That’s apparent two years since the global financial crisis and three months after the Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill. Capping catastrophes just marks the start of the monumental efforts that will be needed to clean up such massive, toxic messes. At least the recently passed landmark federal reform shows solid progress on the financial front though regulators must now figure out how to apply the new rules. As one uncertainty leads to the next, the environment and the economy capture most of our attention in this issue of Treasury & Risk as well.

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