California Water News for December 27, 2018

  • by BPC Staff
  • on December 27, 2018

California’s Shasta Dam Project Could be Derailed by Salamanders

By The Weather Channel, 12/27/18

From $70M grants to giant rodents: 10 Fresno-area stories that deserved more buzz

By Marek Warszawski, Fresno Bee, 12/26/18

Emergency repairs to pipeline completed

By Luke Harold, Beverly Press, 12/26/18

San Diego County health officials warn residents to avoid beaches due to urban runoff

By ABC 10, 12/26/18

Water Quality: A Primer, Part 2

By Kay Pricola, Imperial Valley Press, 12/26/18

OPINION: COMMUNITY VOICES: Land and Water Conservation Fund has dried up; Congress needs to turn on the tap

By Emma Shumway, Bakersfield Californian, 12/27/18

Trump’s rule a wild card for Western water supplies

By Ariel Wittenberg and Jeremy P. Jacobs, E&E News, 12/26/18

Droughts boost emissions as hydropower dries up

By Yuba Net, 12/26/18

Gusty winds may raise wildfire risk over Southern California into Friday

By Alex Sosnowski, AccuWeather, 12/27/18

Court Rejects San Diego County’s Climate Action Plan Again

By Erik Anderson, KPBS, 12/26/18

What we learned from the disasters that hammered the US in 2018

By Umair Irfan and Brian Resnick, Vox, 12/27/18

California biomass project receives grant

By Yuba Water Agency, Biomass Magazine, 12/26/18

Owners give up developmental rights to protect critical watershed land in Mark West

By Guy Kovner, Press Democrat, 12/24/18

After year of deadly wildfires, who will pick up the tab for natural disasters?

By Gabrielle Canon, The Guardian, 12/27/18

What Can Be Done to Reduce Risks to Life and Property from Major Wildfires?

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk

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