Category: Environment

  • Environment
  • by BPC Staff
  • December 27, 2018
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December 2018 issue of ESTUARY News magazine

Here’s Your December 2018 Issue! Deeper Dives Online:   ·     Leaders reflect on estuary stresses coast to coast   ·     Anti-erosion plantings green Dickson’s sediment mounds   ·     Vallejo weighs proposed cement plant promising fewer emissions   ·     Environmental flows From the Sierra to the Sea — 2018 updates.   Feel free to forward this link to your staff, boards, colleagues and friends.   […]

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Your December 2018 Issue of ESTUARY News

Here’s Your December 2018 Issue! The December issue dips into varied estuarine experiences, from recreational swimming and shark fishing to stresses affecting the health of green sturgeon, Hunter’s Point communities, and other coastal ecosystems. Readers will also find out about green bonds for climate adaptation, anti-erosion plantings in North Bay wetlands, and the drug cocktail […]

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Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update November 2018 Land Use Developments November 30, 2018 – Second General Plan Consistency Challenge to Re-Approval of Wal-Mart Expansion Project Fails on Procedural Grounds CEQA Developments November 5, 2018 – Fourth District Holds Addendum Process Authorized By CEQA, No New Findings Required November 27, 2018 – Third District Holds Plumas County General […]

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Adapting to Rising Tides Bay Area: Port of San Francisco Meeting Recap & Next Steps

Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Area – Port of San Francisco Meeting Recap Thanks very much to those of you who were able to join us at the Port of San Francisco (on a very rainy day) on Tuesday, November 27th. During this meeting, we learned about the ongoing regional work being done for […]

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