ACWA eNews for March 4, 2015

ACWA News for March 4, 2015 in ACWA eNews ACWA’s eNews is a weekly roundup of California water news and events.   ACWA Legislative Symposium Focuses on Groundwater Adjudication, Prop. 218 Changes Submitted by Pamela Martineau on Wed, 03/04/2015 – 5:12pm ACWA’s 2015 Legislative Symposium held in Sacramento today focused on key water issues being […]

Transportation News for March 5, 2015

  POLITICO Morning Transportation for 3/5/2015 By HEATHER CAYGLE, with help from Kevin Robillard and Kathryn A. Wolfe HOUSE PASSES AMTRAK BILL, NOW WHAT? The House overwhelmingly passed a four-year Amtrak reauthorization Wednesday before jetting out of town (details below). But that may be the end of the line, at least for now, since the […]

Energy News for March 5, 2015

The Examiner: Senate falls short in overriding Keystone XL veto Bloomberg: Near-term oil price hitting $100 again unlikely due to shale, observers say Reuters: Global oil glut won’t lead to storage shortfall soon, exec says Reuters: U.S. oil output won’t improve if declines in prices, drilling continue Fuel Fix: Feds to decide soon on Arctic lease extension requests, Jewell says […]

Energy News for March 4, 2015

Fuel Fix: Oil, gas industry urges lawmakers to lift crude exports ban Reuters: Crude exports ban hinders U.S. shale producers from competing globally Bloomberg: Oil, gas M&A deals to rise this year amid price slump, expert says Reuters: Data: Pipeline startups prompt uptick in Canada-Gulf Coast oil imports The Oklahoman: “Cowboyistan” drives global oil output growth since 2008, exec says […]

California Water & Drought News for March 4, 2015

San Francisco Chronicle: California snow levels reach historic lows Associated Press: California survey finds Sierra snowpack far below normal The Press Enterprise: DROUGHT: Weak winter blamed for bleak Sierra snowpack  Lake Tahoe News: Limited snowfall takes toll on water supply KCRA Sacramento: California survey finds Sierra snowpack far below normal Sacramento Bee: Water conservation efforts faltered in January KCRA Sacramento: Water problems […]

Transportation News for March 4, 2015

S.F. transportation agency OKs redesign of Polk Street San Francisco Chronicle  Oakland Tribune editorial: Latest attempt to end BART strikes deserves high marks for creativity Oakland Tribune How the world’s fair birthed Muni San Francisco Examiner The Future of SB 375 Implementation and Regional Planning Western City POLITICO Morning Transportation for 3/4/2015 By HEATHER CAYGLE, […]

SFEI Aquatic Science Center Spring 2015 Newsletter

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California Water & Drought News for March 3, 2015

The Associated Press: California to carry out 3rd snowpack survey The Associated Press: Storms bring up nearly 3 feet of snow to Lake Tahoe SF Gate: California drought: State to boost water deliveries after feds pull back Associated Press: California officials anticipate releasing one-fifth of water sought for state residents, farms KCRA Sacramento: Officials in California to supply just 20 […]

Transportation News for March 3, 2015

San Jose Chronicle: Climate change warmth driving drought, scientists say  San Jose Mercury News: Bay Bridge bolts–the sequel  Napa Valley Register: Vine Trail seeks to solve Soscol Avenue puzzle  San Francisco Examiner: Wiener to SFMTA: Google bus pilot program should consider fair wages, working conditions POLITICO Morning Transportation for 3/3/2015 By HEATHER CAYGLE, with help from Kevin Robillard and […]

Energy News for March 3, 2015

Fuel Fix: Opinion: Obama should use goals for infrastructure permitting with Keystone Bloomberg: Oil supplies to flow to Gulf Coast amid Midwest glut, observers say American City Business Journals: EIA: U.S. oil output in Dec. hit highest level since early 1970s Oil & Gas Journal: Study: Draft ozone standards could hurt GDP The Washington Post: Obama’s Keystone XL veto argument […]