On the 11th episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi debrief the ASBPA National Conference in Myrtle Beach, the Energy and Water appropriations bill, the Office of Management and Budget, and the insurance’s role in creating coastal resilience.
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In this issue: OMB – The No-Show ASBPA Annual Conference – A Recap Corps Funding Bill Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund Unlocked by House Plastic, Profits and Plastic Profits Use the PDF embedder below to view WaterLog:
In this issue: The Future of Coastal Resilience A Message on FY20 Appropriations In the Meantime… An Early Winter? Use the PDF embedder below to view WaterLog:
On the 10th episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard & Dan talk climate politics, impeachment, budgeting and new bills in Congress.
In this Issue: Corps Funding Bill Hits ‘The Wall’ in Senate Committee EV Tax for Highway Bill? Not Likely. USFWS Nominee – Some Opposition A Barge Full of Cocaine? Funds for Beach Nourishment Could Come from Leasing of Oil & Gas New Book on Coastal Risk: The Geography of Risk Use the PDF embedder below…
In this Special Edition of WaterLog, Mark Mansfield, Chief Economist at Coastal Strategies and CEO of Shore Consulting Group, demystifies 10 misconceptions about the National Flood Insurance Program and properties that have two or more $1,000+ claims paid out within the past 10 years, also known as “repetitive loss properties.”
In this Special Edition of WaterLog, Joe Rossi, Executive Director of the Massachussetts Coastal Coalition and Flood Specialist at RogersGray, breaks down what you need to know as we approach the expiration of the National Flood Insurance Program on September 30th.
In this issue: Corps Funding Bill Set for Action NOAA, that is Embarassing! Trump’s Decision to Transfer FEMA Funding to Immigrant Detention Centers Storms are Costing Us More than Ever Corporate Responsibility in Action Micro Plastics, Macro Concerns California’s Delegation Making Waves Over Beach Projects NFIP Expiration New Federal Bills Use the PDF embedder below…