New Funding Program through NFWF

Click here to learn more about the National Fish and Wildlife Fund’s new program.

NEW SCIENCE FOR TOUGH CLIMATE & WATER CHALLENGES – State Symposium on New Science for CA Climate & Water Policy

Dear Water/Climate Leaders: Sorry for the short notice. This two day “Science-Wonkfest” has begun in Sacramento. The link below has the Agenda and easy ability to watch for free via Skype.                                             Warner Chabot […]

KQED Science – Foster City’s $90 Million Tax to Defend Against Rising Seas

Click here to read ‘Foster City’s $90 Million Tax to Defend Against Rising Seas’.

Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Area Regional Working Group Meeting in Richmond

Click here for information on the upcoming ART Bay Area Regional Working Group meeting in Richmond.

Four Twenty Seven May Newsletter

Click here to view the May edition of the Four Twenty Seven monthly newsletter.

SFBJV – The Bulletin for April 25, 2018

                        THE BULLETIN                      timely news from the SFBJV      April 25, 2018      photo by Michael Macor with San Francisco Chronicle       Michael Macor Thank You Bay Area!  The first measure AA funds to be distributed provide close to 20 million dollars for 8 […]

Bay Area Climate News from CRI – April 2018

BAY AREA CLIMATE NEWS FROM CRI April 2018      THE BIG PICTURE   GHG Emissions Rose in 2017 — Renewables growing fast…but not fast enough The New York Times breaks down the top 5 reasons why global GHGs rose in 2017. While renewables grew faster than any other energy sector, they couldn’t match the growth in overall energy demand. […]

New state “Climate Adaptation” bill introduced – Sen. Wiekowski – SB 262

  CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE— 2017–2018 REGULAR SESSION SENATE BILL No. 262   Introduced by Senator Wieckowski February 08, 2017 An act to amend Section 71358 of the Public Resources Code, relating to climate change. LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST SB 262, as introduced, Wieckowski. Climate change: climate adaptation: advisory council. Existing law requires the Office of Planning and Research to […]