“New Era of Green Technology”

Posted on March 20th, 2009 by Water Nymph in Cool Stuff

“Section 438 represents an important next step toward improving the health of the nation’s waters…” So say Neil Wasterstein, Executive Director, and Christopher Kloss, a senior environmental scientist, both of the Low Impact Development Center in a bullishly positive piece in Stormwater. That’s Section 438 of the Energy Independence and Security Act, which they say, [...]

David Engle over at Water Efficiency has written an impressively complete article on the state of water funding in the US right now. With availability of money acting like a game of peek-a-boo, it’s nice to know know someone has kept track of “this drastically altered funding landscape.” In Hard Times, Money for Water,Engle starts [...]

By issuing a State of Emergency Proclamation on Friday 2/27/09,  the Governor has formally declared a state of emergency for the State of California due to the protracted drought being experienced by the state.  The proclamation includes  18 directives and 3 requests for coordination and cooperation among various stakeholders, many of which directly or indirectly [...]

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