Howard and Dan team up with Derek Brockbank , Executive Director of the Coastal States Organization, to break down the President’s FY22 budget proposal. As the largest presidential budget proposal in history, the big question is: How well does the proposal do to address sea level rise and climate change?
Everyone in Washington is talking infrastructure, but where is the talk about water? On the next episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard and Dan wade through how Congress and the new Administration are planning to take on water and coastal priorities in the nation’s infrastructure initiative. The Senate has decided it will bring back earmarks…
President’s Budget and Earmarks The Big News – $6.8 billion in the budget request for the Corps of Engineers. While we’re waiting for the President’s full budget to be released in late May, the ‘Skinny’ is out, and Congress is caught up with earmarks. If you hadn’t heard, earmarks are back (on the House side…
The April Update: Earmarks, NC Beach Troubles, National Nourishment Funding, and the NFIP | The WaterLog Podcast
On this April Update of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard and Dan dive into how the earmarking process is impacting congressional budget decisions, North Carolina’s beach troubles, national beach nourishment funding, and an update on the National Flood Insurance Program.
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In this episode: Special Guest Tom O’Shea – Director of Coast and Natural Resources, Trustees of Reservations The Return of Earmarks Erasing the Corps backlog FEMA – “We’re almost out of money”
What Needs to be Done with the Corps of Engineers
Well-placed Hill sources tell us that the chairs of the House and Senate appropriations committees are developing a plan to bring back congressional earmarks next year. This directed funding, which amounted to about 1% of total federal spending, was eliminated by Congress in the wake of revelations that some interests had made political contributions in…
On the February episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard & Dan talk about the Water Resources Development Act, the Energy & Water appropriations bill, the Corps Work Plan and the new Administration.
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