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Environmentalism – What Counts, and Who’s Counting? One of the ironies of environmentalism is the lack of human diversity in a discipline utterly devoted to protecting and preserving diversity. While opening doors to invite diversity in is critical, opening our…Click Me
Building In Resiliency – Cities use land use policies to take the lead.
Mother Nature always bats last. And wherever humans decide to live or work, she demands we consider prevention, protection, and resiliency from her mighty swing. Environmental consultants continually work to provide accurate data and sound science to help planners build…Click Me
Ecological Restoration Meets Mitigation Banking
Environmental conservationists and developers have long been uneasy partners at best and downright adversarial at worst. But that is steadily changing along with the evolution of mitigation banking. This win-win partnership has hatched an entire ecological restoration business sector and…Click Me
Data Collection Efficiency Key to Ecological Restoration
National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference Last week, the 20th annual National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference (NMEBC) was held in Sacramento, California. Mitigation banking leaders, representatives from federal and state regulatory agencies, environmental field data collection service companies and…Click Me
CNPS Works To Bring Awareness To California Prairies
Our beautiful state of California offers unique wildlife and environmental diversity. From the redwoods, to the chaparral, California contains one of the highest concentrations of biodiversity in the world. Environmental conservation, therefore, remains the crucial and prevalent environmental concern of…Click Me
Environmental Monitoring: Fish Population Provides Litmus Test
Steelhead Trout are the litmus test when conducting environmental monitoring to assess the health of San Luis Obispo (SLO) County’s watershed. Without doubt, the depletion of the trout foreshadows broader wildlife threats. Field biologist, Freddy Otte, spearheads municipal environmental compliance…Click Me
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