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California Water & Drought News for March 5, 2015

National Geographic: Lack of Snow Leaves California’s Water Tower Running Low Christian Science Monitor: New data on California drought present … [Read More...]

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Transportation News for March 5, 2015

Road funding must include construction and maintenance costs San Francisco Chronicle  Napa earthquake damage survey shows oldest buildings hit … [Read More...]

Our Work in Action

2014 BPC Joint WRRDA Letter

The Bay Planning Coalition, together with the California State Coastal Conservancy, the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, Save the Bay, and the Bay Institute, have drafted a joint letter to the Senate and House of Representatives  members of the Committee on Appropriations to advocate for the full funding of the Water Resources and Research Development […]

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HPP Insight News Brief for Feb. 26, 2015 – First U.S. LNG bunker barge for TOTE, Harvey shares engine strategy

Top News First U.S. LNG Bunker Barge Ordered by WesPac-CME for TOTE Harvey Gulf Explains Why It Bought Engines Before Ships Dedicated-Gas Engine for Spanish Ferry Is a First for Rolls SwRI Has $20.1 Million Emissions Contract with EPA CNG Net for Europe’s First CNG Ferry, in The Netherlands Wärtsilä Teams with Cryonorm for Simpler […]

WHO WE ARE

BPC is a leader in building coalitions and consensus on the issues facing the Bay-Delta region. We focus on producing positive results for our members through advocacy, monitoring and partnering with other associations who recognize the need for fair and reasonable regulation and sound, integrated planning. Sound planning for resource sustainability requires balancing the needs for economic vitality, job generation, environmental protection, housing, transportation, land use, conservation, water and air quality and recreational uses.