Commentary: Newsom’s Water Framework Is Imperfect but Necessary. The Alternative Is Further Deterioration of the Delta Ellen Hanak, Jeffrey Mount February 10 2020 The PPIC Water Policy Center assesses the proposed Newsom framework for managing the Delta and its watershed.
Fighting Sea Level Rise the Natural Way Lori Pottinger February 3 2020 How will rising seas affect freshwater ecosystems, and what role do these systems play in managing the problem? We talked to scientist Letitia Grenier about this issue.
Video: A Path Forward for California’s Freshwater Ecosystems Lori Pottinger December 9 2019 California’s current approach for managing freshwater ecosystems is not working. An expert panel discussed an alternative path.
Commentary: California Must Stop Relying on the Endangered Species Act to Manage the Environment Jeffrey Mount December 5 2019 California’s freshwater ecosystems are under pressure and aquatic biodiversity is in decline. The state needs a new approach to protect the many beneficial uses these ecosystems provide.
Taking on Tough Challenges at the State Water Board Lori Pottinger October 29 2019 The State Water Board is at the center of many critical water challenges, from protecting water quality to addressing drought. We talked to board member Sean Maguire about current priorities.