A practical guide to environmental flows for policy and planning (with 9 case studies)

The Nature Conservancy | May 18th, 2012

Summary

Environmental flows are gaining broad recognition across the United States, and the underlying science is sufficiently developed to support regional planning and policy a

Advancing One Water Through Arts and Culture: A Blueprint for Action

U.S. Water Alliance | June 26th, 2018

Summary

No matter who we are, where we live, or what we do, water is essential to our lives. It is life’s most precious resource, an indispensable ingredient for prosperity, pr

Assessing and communicating the impacts of climate change on the Southern California coast

California Natural Resources Agency | August 27th, 2018

Summary

 Over the course of this and the next century, the combination of rising sea levels, severe storms, and coastal erosion will threaten the sustainability of coastal commu

California Natural Resources Agency Tribal Consultation Policy

California Natural Resources Agency | November 20th, 2012

Summary

California Native American Tribes and tribal communities have sovereign authority over their members and territory and a unique relationship with California's resources.

Changes in water consumption linked to heavy news media coverage of extreme climatic events

Science Magazine, American Association for the Advancement of Science | October 25th, 2017

Summary

Public awareness of water- and drought-related issues is an important yet relatively unexplored component of water use behavior. To examine this relationship, w

Citizen's Guide to Working with the California Water Boards

California State Water Resources Control Board | July 8th, 2011

Summary

The Guide provides an overview of the Water Boards and the many opportunities that all Californians have to participate with the Water Boards in decisions and activities

Climate information? Embedding climate futures within temporalities of California water management

Environmental Sociology | March 27th, 2018

Summary

This article uses the case of drinking water utility managers in California to understand uses of climate-change information in resource management. A dominant

Collaborative Versus Technocratic Policymaking: California’s Statewide Water Plan

CSUS Center for Collaborative Policy | January 1st, 2008

Summary

In 2001, the California Department of Water Resources embarked on one of the most elaborate public involvement processes in state history. Over the course of five years a

Community Perspectives on SGMA Implementation

U.C. Davis Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior | June 13th, 2019

Summary

The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) of 2014 represents a historic opportunity to achieve long-term sustainable groundwater management and protect th

Consumption Change Detection for Urban Planning: Monitoring and Segmenting Water Customers During Drought

American Geophysical Union (AGU) | March 11th, 2020

Summary

Demand management is a powerful way for water utilities to address the challenges of population growth and climate change. Although active conservation efforts have been

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