BLOG ROUND-UP: SB 1, The Munich Agreement on California Water, Delta outflow measurement; Providing flows for fish; Managing a non-native Delta ecosystem; Water myths of the San Joaquin Valley; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Governor Newsom – California Needs SB 1; A bad look for the Newsom Administration; The Munich Agreement on California Water; Delta Outflow Measurement; Providing Flows for Fish; Managing a Non-Native Delta Ecosystem; Water Myths of the San Joaquin Valley; and more … Governor Newsom – California Needs SB 1: Kate Poole writes, “Senate Bill 1, the […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Why SB 1 must ensure that CESA applies to the federal CVP; Legislature: Beat up Trump if you must, but fix SB 1; CA water resilience – What’s in your portfolio?; It is fall X2 time again; The good, bad, and ugly of CA’s mandated urban water conservation; and more …

This week in blogs: Why SB 1 Must Ensure that CESA Applies to the Federal CVP; Legislature: Beat Up Trump if You Must, but Fix SB 1; Overshoot: Trump’s Deregulatory Zeal Goes Beyond Even Where Industry Asks Him to Go; California Water Resilience – What’s in Your Portfolio?; It is Fall X2 Time Again; The Good, the Bad, and the […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: California water bureaucrats refuse to use a perfectly good water delivery system; The unintended consequences of laws; Delta tunnel; Plastic in the ocean; Drinking water systems; and more …

In blogs this week: California water bureaucrats refuse to use a perfectly good water delivery system; The unintended consequences of laws; Delta tunnel:  MWD weighs moving intakes 20-30 miles north for sea level rise; A California Dream: Less Plastic in the Ocean; Who governs California’s drinking water systems?; and more … Who’s to Blame?: While President Trump attempts to fix […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Remarkable Suisun Marsh: a bright spot for fish; San Joaquin Valley Water Blueprint; Delta Levees Investment Strategy: protecting Delta smelt?; California’s new PFAS guidelines; Is Los Angeles a desert?; and more …

In blogs this week: Remarkable Suisun Marsh: a bright spot for fish in the San Francisco Estuary; Is the San Joaquin Valley Water Blueprint “community organizing”?; Delta Levees Investment Strategy: protecting Delta smelt?; California on PFAS – Missing the Forest Through the Trees; Is Los Angeles A Desert?; Winners and Losers: Here’s What Ocean Warming Means for Fish; and more […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: An appropriate use for gallons; Preparing CA’s rivers for a changing climate; SB 1 a roadblock to voluntary agreements or protective measure against Trump’s enviro assault?; Colorado River water reduction rules: not quite voluntary, not quite mandatory – “vandatory”!; and more …

This week in California water blogs: Finally, after decades in the business, On the Public Record has found an appropriate use for gallons; Preparing California’s Rivers for a Changing Climate; SB 1 a roadblock to voluntary agreements or protective measure against Trump’s enviro assault?; Trump eviscerated the ESA or endangered insanity?; Can Water Agencies Work Together Sustainably?; The shady politics […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Trump’s rollback of the ESA, Voluntary settlement agreements and SB1, Delta tunnel and sea level rise, Farms and climate change, droughts and not enough water, water is no one-thing, and more …

This week in California water blogs:  As Scientists Warn of Biodiversity Crisis, Trump Administration Guts Endangered Species Act; Voluntary Settlement Agreements and SB1; Delta tunnel: Sea level rise and elevation of the North Delta; Delta August Adjustment; What Water is Covered by the Clean Water Act?; If You’re Concerned about Climate Change and Water Supply, California Farms Can Help Show […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: Fighting construction destruction in the Delta; Groundwater law and “the water budget myth”; One small water district explains the challenge of clean, affordable water; “Hero insurance companies save thousands”; Fracking and public health; and more …

This week in California water blog commentary: Fighting to Save the Delta as a Place, Fighting Construction Destruction; DWR rescinds engineering performance standards for Delta tunnel; Groundwater Law – Physical – “the water budget myth”; California leaders finally stepped up on clean, affordable water. One small water district explains this challenge; Sites Reservoir—Improved Resilience for California in Wet, Dry and […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: The Yolo Bypass: It’s a floodplain! It’s farmland! It’s an ecosystem!; What does groundwater have to do with the Delta? A lot; Delta Science Plan – It’s not that complicated; “The plans are so vague as to be worthless.”; and more …

In blogs this week:  The Yolo Bypass: It’s a Floodplain! It’s Farmland! It’s an Ecosystem!; What Does Groundwater Have to Do with the Delta? A Lot; Delta Science Plan – It’s not that complicated; “The plans are so vague as to be worthless.”; State Water Contractors seek to dictate Delta tunnel capacity and configuration; Why Should Trump Help?; and more […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: The state of wildfire risk reduction in California; Protecting the river and water supply in the Bay-Delta Plan Update; Speculative financing for Delta tunnel engineering work; The double-meaning of accidental lake; and more …

In blogs this week: The State of Wildfire Risk Reduction in California; Protecting the River and Water Supply in the Bay-Delta Plan Update; Speculative financing for Delta tunnel engineering work; The double-meaning of accidental lake; $24.6 Billion National Flood Insurance Program Debt Explained in One Chart; An Opportunity to Restore Fish Abundance on the Eel River; The Unchallengeable Man; and […]

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BLOG ROUND-UP: The smelt excuse; Searching for the truth about “water grabs”; A President who gets it!!; Ties between the Delta and groundwater sustainability in CA; and more …

In blogs this week: The Smelt Excuse; Searching for the truth about “water grabs”; A President Who Gets It!!; Ties Between the Delta and Groundwater Sustainability in California; Forward Progress to Reactivate our Floodplains in the Sacramento Valley; Climate Change and Wine – Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?; The Trump Administration’s Latest Efforts to Hobble the Clean […]

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