Bay Area Monitor – Why Nutrient Pollution May Become a Threat to San Francisco Bay Health

Why Nutrient Pollution May Become a Threat to San Francisco Bay Health Sediment-laden water has helped the Bay escape the worst effects of nutrient pollution so far, but that’s changing and it could hasten the growth of algae dangerous to the ecosystem and humans. Robin Meadows, Aug. 16, 2017 Changes in the amount of sediment coming […]

The Bulletin from SFBJV – August 15, 2017

                        THE BULLETIN                      timely news from the SFBJV      AUGUST 15, 2017              Anne Morkill, FWS SFBJV Executive Committee passes the torch Korie Schaeffer, NOAA In this Bulletin we acknowledge several partners who are either stepping up to or down from an […]

FourTwentySeven Climate Solutions: How to disclose climate risk and opportunities?

  TCFD Releases Final Recommendations     The Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) released their final recommendations in late July. The changes to the recommendations reflect the extensive feedback the Tasforce received from the stakeholder engagement process in the past six months. Key changes include: Simplifying the recommended disclosure related to […]

Bay Area Climate News from CRI – July 2017

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E&E News: Trump analysis slashes WOTUS’s economic benefits

Trump analysis slashes WOTUS’s economic benefits Ariel Wittenberg, E&E News reporter Published: Friday, July 7, 2017 U.S. EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers are disputing their economic analysis of the 2015 Clean Water Rule. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers are disputing their own economic analysis of the 2015 […]

State of the Estuary Conference: Call for Posters and Award Nominations

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The Bulletin – San Francisco Bay Joint Venture – July 5, 2017

                        THE BULLETIN                      timely news from the SFBJV      JULY 5, 2017          Thanks to Laurie Warner for this cover photo              Golden Gate Audubon Society Turns 100!   The SF Bay Joint Venture extends congratulations to our partner, Golden […]

Bay Nature Summer Issue Preview: Dragonflies, Charmstones of Tolay Lake, #TooMuchLove for Parks?

SUMMER ISSUE PREVIEW Meet the Dragonflies! Photo: Rick Lewis Signs of the Season: Most of the things flying over your head aren’t birds. Meet some of the large and dazzling insects that propel themselves around the world and stop in Northern California.   Read the cover story   Bay Nature’s July-September 2017 issue also features: […]

Four Twenty Seven Climate Solutions – Trump and Paris: What Impacts on Climate?

TCFD to Release Final Report This Week The FSB Task force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) will release its final report this week, on Thursday June 29. The report will be presented to the G20 in Italy on July 7-8. While it is uncertain whether the G20 will formally endorse the report given the Trump […]

Estuary News – June 2017 Issue

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