The European Parliament on Thursday voted in favor of a suggestion to put a ban on oil drilling in icy waters of the European Union and the European Economic Area.
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. --- The Forest Service's Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science created the online Adaptation Workbook as an interactive version of the practical workbook. The online workbook was recently updated to include an updated design, climate information across the entire United States, and resources that support urban forestry and agriculture, in addition to forest management projects. Visit the Adaptation Workbook Web site. The workbook was also supported by USDA's Climate Hubs and Michigan Technological University.
The lands around our water sources serve as vital water infrastructure for cities around the world. These lands collect, store and filter our water, and when managed well, can provide a number of additional benefits to people and nature. Beyond the Source, a new report from The Nature Conservancy in partnership with the Natural Capital Project, Forest Trends, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Latin American Water Funds Partnership, seeks to illustrate how nature-based solutions can be implemented at a scale that will make a visible difference in our collective pursuit to create a sustainable world and improve the lives of billions of people.
WHAT: The FEMA Region 10 Mitigation Planning team introduces the Mitigation Planning Coffee Break Webinar Series for 2017. Each month we will spend 1 hour discussing a different mitigation planning topic. We will provide best practices, highlight work from Region 10 tribes, states, and cities, and have guest speakers share their experience with of mitigation plans and mitigation planning.
In September, Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) signed AB 2480 into law. This bill established that “source watersheds are recognized and defined as integral components of California’s water infrastructure.” The conservation think tank Pacific Forest Trust created the bill together with its author, Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica).
Located in southern Cook Inlet, the Kachemak Bay Habitat Focus Area supports important recreational, subsistence, and commercial fishing. The area is also important for marine transportation, tourism, and threatened and endangered species. The bay provides a remarkably fertile environment for both fish and shellfish. The abundant marine life draws waterfowl, shorebirds, moose, and bears. Marine mammals, including otters, seals, porpoise, and a variety of whales, live in the bay year round.
American Water Resources Association
Volume 53, Issue 1
Pages i–v, 1–239