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Habitat Restoration Projects Offer Protection from Flooding

The linked NOAA article focuses on nature-based solutions for flood protection and habitat restoration. Mitchell Chadwick clients are at the forefront of innovative solutions tackling both issues, including the Lookout Slough Project in the California Delta.

Full article HERE. Information on the Lookout Slough project can be found HERE.

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Bloomberg: Risks Linger for Dakota Access Pipeline Despite Biden Reprieve

The Dakota Access Pipeline, has shipped oil from North Dakota to Illinois for nearly four years, but has been operating without a valid federal easement since last summer when district court Judge James E. Boasberg invalidated the prior authorization for violating the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) after a lawsuit by environmental activist group Earthjustice ...Read More

Putting Private Finance to Work for Conservation

Private Sector Investment Is Key for Ecological Restoration

Ecological restoration is a huge climate and business opportunity in part because there is so much past damage, which thankfully can be fixed using current technology and methods. We have much work to do, as over half of our original wetlands in the lower 48 states have been drained.

Today, ...Read More

Governor Newsom’s Executive Order Calls for the Conservation of 30% of State Land and Coastal Waters

On October
7, 2020, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-82-20 (“Executive Order”),
which provided several measures to conserve the State’s biodiversity and to
combat climate change. More specifically, the Executive Order directed the
California Natural Resources Agency, in consultation with other state agencies,
to establish the California Biodiversity Collaborative, to bring together
governmental partners, California Native American tribes, experts, business and
community ...Read More

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