California Water News for June 23, 2017

KRCRTV.COM: Cleanup and debris removal scheduled for Oroville’s Riverbend Park The Turlock Journal: Heat wave brings excess water Chico Enterprise-Record: Editorial: Friday, let the pros work on cleaning up Riverbend Chico Enterprise-Record: Now’s the time to file claims for losses during the spillway crisis Modesto Bee: Why go for desal when California has cheaper options? KPBS: San Diego Water Rate Dispute […]

Transportation News for June 23, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: BART says it’s ‘safe,’ but not a sanctuary, for immigrants East Bay Times: BART: 50-cent surcharge for paper tickets, expanded discount East Bay Times: BART seat hogs rejoice: It’s no longer a crime to spread out San Francisco Chronicle: Nexar, Nevada team to collect data from cars, make roads smarter San Francisco Chronicle: Judge orders Uber to […]

Energy News for June 23, 2017

The Financial Times: Trump looks to lift LNG exports in US trade shift Bloomberg News: OPEC Has Few Escape Routes From Another Bear Market in Oil CNBC: OPEC agreement will collapse next year, predicts Macquarie’s oil research chief RTO Insider: NG Lobby Goes on Offensive vs Coal, Nukes The Wall Street Journal: Oil Prices Edge Up as Big Producers Stick […]

Industry and Community Stakeholders Show Out for Proposed Cap on GHG Emissions

More than 25 groups and 40 individuals gave public comments at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s (Air District) June 21st Board meeting. While the Air District had several items on their agenda that morning, Directors and stakeholders spent over three hours considering a vote on adopting and certifying an Environmental Impact Report on […]

Transportation News for June 22, 2017

Curbed: Transbay Transit Center: Everything you need to know about it San Francisco Chronicle: In the days before BART, how did people get across the bay? Mercury News: Roadshow: Help! Those bright headlights are blinding me Marin Independent Journal: Muir Woods: Critics say traffic management plan moving too slow San Francisco Examiner: Bike battle ignited as rentals fear Ford GoBike […]

Energy News for June 22, 2017

The Associated Press: Oil falls again, despite decline in U.S. crude supplies The New York Times: Saudi Prince’s Elevation Will Have Far- Reaching Consequences in Energy Bloomberg News: Wednesday Is Fast Becoming Oil’s Least Favorite Day of the Week Reuters: Oil prices slip as physical excess overpowers OPEC Washington Examiner: Trump huddles with national security staff on how to protect […]

California Water News for June 22, 2017

Los Angeles Times: California sees some of highest temperatures ever recorded amid … SFGate: California heat wave to peak Thursday: Here are locations that will … Sacramento Bee: ‘Nothing secret about the new dam safety legislation,’ state says International Water Power and Dam Construction: Scale model to test Oroville Dam repair options Oroville Mercury Register: Heat wave should not hinder […]

Transportation News for June 21, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: SF replacing streetlights with brighter, energy-efficient LEDs Mercury News: Palo Alto OKs new parking permit program for Southgate residents Mercury News: VTA and city officials officials plan six-mile makeover on Bascom Avenue Mercury News: Elon Musk winning over LA politicians for underground Hyperloop tunnel network Mercury News: Roadshow: Motorcycle lane-splitting is legal, but should it be? Marin […]

Energy News for June 21, 2017

The New York Times: Exxon Mobil Lends Its Support to a Carbon Tax Proposal Bloomberg News: Gulf of Mexico Storm Cindy Disrupts Shipping, Crude Imports Reuters: Oil spill sends global stocks, bond yields sliding The Financial Post: Natural gas production boom has pipeline demand exceeding supply Reuters: Oil slump spooks investors; China stocks underwhelmed by MSCI Axios: Obama energy chief’s new […]

California Water News for June 21, 2017

McClatchy DC: Bill aims to help California save water for a not-so-rainy day California Magazine: Hell or High Water: How Will CA Adapt to the Anthropocene? Oroville Mercury Register: Oroville City Council extends DWR settlement agreement KRCRTV.COM: Scary looking fish make new home at Feather River Fish Hatchery San Jose Inside: Water District Resists Installing Low-Tech Pumps that Might Have […]