ENS Federal Report – April 13, 2018

Click here to view the April 13, 2018 ENS Federal Report.

REVISED San Francisco Bay Plan Amendment No. 1-17 and No. 2-17

To Whom It May Concern,   On July 20, 2017, the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission voted to initiate two amendments to the San Francisco Bay Plan. The first amendment would address the ramifications of climate change by updating several sections of the Bay Plan, including Fish, Other Aquatic Organisms and Wildlife, Tidal […]

Agenda for April 3, 2018 State Water Resources Control Board Meeting

March 2018 Issue of Estuary News

Click here to read the March 2018 issue of Estuary News. This issue includes stories on human centered conservation in North Richmond, new radar for tracking atmospheric rivers, new thinking about how to soften urban shores,  and what the makeover of a flooded, weed-infested Delta island like Franks Tract might look like.  Other interesting topics […]

Adapting to Rising Tides Bay Area: Regional Working Group Meeting #2 Recap & Next Steps

    Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Area   Greetings Regional ART Bay Area Regional Working Group (RWG),   Many thanks to those of you who were able to join us for a lively meeting and discussion in San Carlos last Wednesday. The meeting provided an opportunity for the working group to give feedback […]

Michael Macrander Joins Integral’s Ecology Practice

  Michael Macrander Joins Integral’s Ecology Practice   Health                   Environment                  Technology                 Sustainability         Michael Macrander, Ph.D. Associate of Integral  Download Full Resume Download V-card    Integral Consulting is pleased to welcome environmental scientist Michael Macrander, Ph.D., to its Ecology practice. Dr. Macrander is highly qualified to advise on natural resource damage assessments, […]

Spare the Air Alert – TODAY – Monday, August 28, 2017

BAAQMD is forecasting TODAY’s Air Quality Index to be unhealthy due to increased levels of ground-level ozone. People with respiratory disease, such as asthma, should avoid prolonged outdoor exertion; everyone else should limit prolonged outdoor exertion. Ozone can aggravate asthma, cause short term breathing difficulties, and cause lung inflammation. Help reduce the amount of air […]

Bay Area Monitor – Why Nutrient Pollution May Become a Threat to San Francisco Bay Health

Why Nutrient Pollution May Become a Threat to San Francisco Bay Health Sediment-laden water has helped the Bay escape the worst effects of nutrient pollution so far, but that’s changing and it could hasten the growth of algae dangerous to the ecosystem and humans. Robin Meadows, Aug. 16, 2017 Changes in the amount of sediment coming […]

Invitation- Resilient by Design: Kickoff Celebration – Sept. 10th, Richmond

Resilient by Design I Bay Area Challenge  Kickoff Celebration   Dear Bay Area Leaders   I serve on the Executive Board of the Resilient by Design | Bay Area Challenge.  As such, I want to cordially invite you to attend the Kick-Off Ceremony Sunday, September 10, 2017 in Richmond, California.    We will officially announce the 10 Design Teams […]

The Bulletin – San Francisco Bay Joint Venture – July 5, 2017

                        THE BULLETIN                      timely news from the SFBJV      JULY 5, 2017          Thanks to Laurie Warner for this cover photo              Golden Gate Audubon Society Turns 100!   The SF Bay Joint Venture extends congratulations to our partner, Golden […]