On the November episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard and Dan lay down the upcoming opportunities for federal funding for coastal communities. They will discuss the importance of lobbying the federal appropriations process and the relationship between WRDA and appropriations bills, and then have a brief discussion on all coastal federal bills in the 117th Congress.
On the October Episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard and Dan follow the destructive wake of Hurricane Ian across the Gulf and East Coasts and discuss the Corps’ role in assessing and repairing damages from hurricanes and coastal storms. Then, a discussion on federal flood insurance and an update on congressional appropriations and supplemental disaster…
WaterLog Podcast 9/8/22: Offshore Wind Legislation, *Free* Corps Money, and a Post-Recess Congressional Update
On the September episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi discuss offshore wind legislation designed to benefit impacted communities, money available to states and communities from the Corps of Engineers for comprehensive planning and technical assistance, and provide a brief update on what to expect from Congress as it returns from summer recess.
WaterLog Podcast 8/3/22: The August DC Coastal Update: FY23 Appropriations, WRDA, and Offshore Wind + Other legislation
On the August edition of the WaterLog Podcast, Dan and Howard look ahead to the FY23 appropriations bills, the status of the Water Resources Development Act of 2022, the big climate deal just released on Capitol Hill, and legislation to help coastal communities impacted by offshore wind developments.
WaterLog Podcast 7/6/22: The July DC Coastal Update: NFIP, WRDA, and the FY23 Energy & Water Appropriations
On the July episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard and Dan discuss legislative proposals to reform the National Flood Insurance Program, the status of the Water Resources Development Act of 2022, and FY23 Energy & Water Appropriations.
On the June episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi review the newly released Corps FY22 Work Plan which includes more coastal project funding than any year on record – several new beach nourishment projects, the Great Lakes Coastal Resiliency Study, the New Jersey Back Bays study, and much more.
On the May episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi take an exclusive look at the Senate’s recently unveiled version of the Water Resources Development Act of 2022, and talk about the big picture of coastal resilience, including large-scale projects like the Ike Dike, the New Jersey back bays study, and other…
On the April Episode of the Waterlog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi discuss the President’s FY23 budget proposal, risk rating 2.0 premiums, and the earmarks process as Congress now begins soliciting earmark requests for a second budget cycle.
On this month’s episode, Howard and Dan discuss provisions in the newly introduced SHORRE Act and other pending WRDA legislation that elevate coastal protection to a primary mission of the Corps and provide true leadership for addressing sea level rise, flooding and climate change along the coast.
On the February Episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard & Dan discuss the historic investment in federal coastal projects and the newly funded Corps projects in the Infrastructure bill. In addition, there are loads of other federal funding opportunities for coastal resilience and public infrastructure that will be discussed. If you are looking for sources…