Energy News for July 5, 2018

Platts: BP consolidates UK Clair oil field stake in swap with ConocoPhillips Platts: OPEC/non-OPEC advisory panel to meet July 18, amid quota dispute Financial Times: Trump renews Opec threat in July 4 tweet Washington Examiner: China rejects US call to end Iran oil exports Reuters: China keeps LNG off tariff list for now, could be […]

Water News for July 5, 2018

KRCR News: Klamath dam removal project in final approval stage CBS News: “He drowned right before their eyes”: California man sucked under water by irrigation pipe AgAlert: Commentary: Large reservoirs remain key to state’s water future AgAlert: Nutria pose ‘triple threat,’ officials warn CBS News: Spillway Repairs Have Lake Oroville Hovering Near 800 Feet Maven’s […]

California Water News for July 3, 2018

Water Deeply: Meet the New Entity in Charge of California’s Water Tunnels Project Redding Record Searchlight: Corporation submits plans to remove four dams on Klamath River Bakersfield Californian: Lower Kern River will flow as lake managers shrink Isabella for planned work on dam Water Deeply: New Groundwater Woes, and Regulations, in California Wine Country San Luis Obispo Tribune: […]

California Water News for July 2, 2018

SFGATE: Drought back on the map for Northern California Fresno Bee: ‘Enter water at your own risk.’ Algae at California lakes poses risk Times-Standard: Group files detailed plan to remove four Klamath River dams Popular Science: If we don’t want to run out of water, we should look to the sun Mojave Desert News: State Water Board Reminds the Public […]

CASA Alert – Cost of Wipes Study

  Opportunity to Participate in “Cost of Wipes” Study As part of our ongoing campaign to address issues associated with non-flushable products, including wipes improperly labeled as “flushable”, CASA has joined several associations in collaborating on a study entitled, “The Cost of Wipes on Clean Water Infrastructure: A National Assessment.” We know that wipes are a significant […]

Agenda for July 11, 2018 San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board Meeting

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Water News for June 29, 2018

Fresno Bee: If you live in this Valley city, boil your water. E-coli was found, officials say EcoWatch: U.S. Allows Nestlé to Keep Piping Water From Drought-Ridden Southern California The Independent: EPA Bill Rider Would Bar Lawsuits Against WaterFix Maven’s Notebook: OROVILLE DAM SPILLWAYS: Construction update for June 27 (with photos and videos) Press Banner: […]

Water News for June 28, 2018

Herald and News: Three-way split for California would mean a lot of fights ahead over water KRCR News: Oroville lake levels down as holiday weekend approaches NBC Los Angeles: Nestle Allowed to Keep Taking Water From California Forest Despite Opposition FOX 5: Deferred maintenance on city storm water system may lead to emergencies Ukiah Daily Journal: […]

Water News for June 27, 2018

Earther: Wow, Americans Are Actually Getting Better at Conserving Something Action News: Oroville fireworks on the 4th at north forebay ABC 7 News: New, nearly $1 billion reservoir in works for South Bay Sacramento Bee: OPINION: Sites reservoir is too smart an investment for California to pass up Chico Enterprise-Record: Some bumps in the road […]

CASA Connects for June 26, 2018

  CASA Conference News  How Will the 2018 Election Change the Political Landscape? Join Us in Monterey to Find Out! The November election is likely to have big impacts nationally and here in California. Everything from control of the House of Representatives to a split into “three Californias” is up for grabs. Register for our conference […]