What’s on the Horizon?

  Horizon is in full swing. As we count down our remaining days of summer, there are plenty of ways to get involved as Horizon continues to explore a range of challenges and opportunities that the Bay Area is likely to face between now and 2050.   Share Your BIG IDEAS for Transportation You say […]

Transportation News for August 10, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: California drivers pay growing cost for climate program San Francisco Chronicle: Transit Center public art strains to be polite  Mercury News: Ferries could be in service at Redwood City port within 7 years Mercury News: BART delays action on parts of controversial safety plan, following backlash Mercury News: Metering light backlash: ‘Cars merged just fine for 100 […]

Energy News for August 10, 2018

Platts: Energy Transfer plans 100,000 b/d Dakota Access Pipeline expansion: COO The Associated Press: Company disputes complaint over refinery by national park Platts: US LNG export demand faces steep ramp up Bloomberg: Europe Shows It’s Getting Serious About Buying U.S. LNG Reuters: U.S. oil reserve release will not guarantee lower pump prices: analysts Houston Chronicle: How will competitors respond to the […]

Water News for August 10, 2018

NPR: Trump Claims California Is Wasting Water That Could Be Used to Fight Wildfires Sacramento Bee: California plays a leading, effective role in confronting climate change Imperial Valley News: CDFA working with DWR on emergency groundwater recharge strategy City News Service: County Water Authority Votes to support $17B ‘WaterFix’ Proposal Times of San Diego: Water Authority Conditionally Backs $17 Billion […]

Transportation News for August 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Salesforce Transit Center puzzle: When will the trains get to the station? San Francisco Chronicle: At Transbay Transit Center, buses coming up ramp trigger geysers in park East Bay Times: Bay Area gains new icon with S.F’s ‘Grand Central Station of the West’ San Francisco Examiner: Buses to take center stage at Salesforce Transbay Transit Center […]

Energy News for August 9, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Discrepancy Over Saudi Oil Data Could Rattle Markets Houston Chronicle: As Trump, Peña Nieto rush to finish NAFTA, oil industry faces loss of key protection Bloomberg: U.S. Sanctions May Risk Russia’s Oil Production Growth, Refining Washington Examiner: China realized oil tariffs would be like holding a gun to its own head Houston Chronicle: Apache and investment […]

Water News for August 9, 2018

CBS Sacramento: Feds Order Water Release Changes After Trump Tweets On California Wildfires Chico Enterprise-Record: “Crucial milestone” met at Oroville Dam with structural concrete placement Tracy Press: Secretary of California’s Natural Resources Agency, visits Loch Lomond News Deeply: After Dam Removal, What the Klamath Basin Needs Next Orange County Register: OPINION: The bullet train has (almost) nothing on Brown’s twin tunnels […]

Spare the Air Alert for Thursday, August 9, 2018

This message approved by Chandra Johannesson, Manager of Environmental Compliance: A Spare the Air Alert has been issued for Thursday, August 9, 2018, throughout the Bay Area. EBMUD is a member of the BAAQMD Spare the Air Employer Program BAAQMD is forecasting tomorrow’s Air Quality Index to be unhealthy due to increased levels of ground-level […]

California Resiliency Alliance Weekly Wildfire Brief for August 7, 2018

Click here for the CRA Weekly Wildfire Brief for August 7, 2018.

As California burns, Climate goals may go up in smoke – even after the flames are out

Click here to read Calmatters’ ‘As California burns, climate goals may go up in smoke—even after the flames are out’.