Dear Water Wise Subscribers,
Regional collaborations to protect people, property and the environment are gaining traction at the state and local levels in several areas of the country. At the same time, there are increasing concerns about the environmental impacts and costs of sand nourishment. WaterLog is our new website that provides an extensive trove of resources that cover the future of coastal water resources. It features studies, documents, and data that stem from several government agencies and experts in the field of coastal resilience and also the latest news about topics such as sea level rise, dredging, beach erosion, coastal management, climate change, coastal adaption, and water policy.
We invite you to subscribe to our new WaterBlog, which sports the uncensored opinions of WaterLog’s editor Howard Marlowe, as he provides hard insight into bureaucratic and political follies.
WaterLog augments the content you get in WaterWise, providing more of a focus on the Way Forward and the steps being taken by citizens, scientists, planners, environmentalists and government officials to respond to the realities of increased flooding and decreased government dollars.
Click, visit, and subscribe. http://waterlog.blogsite.org/
From the Warwick Group and Alden Street Consultants Teams