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Cape May, New Jersey

Our mission is to deliver news, updates and expert opinions on current events in water resources policy, water infrastructure, and coastal environments with a focus on adaptation to climate change, coastal resilience and sustainability.

Now more than ever our coastal environments are in need of leadership that addresses coastal issues by a regional and systematic approach. Our content is aimed to improve your understanding of how the federal water policy process works, why it matters to you, and how you can be involved in your community. In a world where collaboration is underutilized and desperately needed, knowledge sharing is key. WaterLog aims to fill that gap by informing the right people in the right place at the right time with timely and informative posts.

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Meet our Team

Howard Marlowe

Howard Marlowe has over 36 years of experience as a coastal advocate for state and local governments on projects, studies and policies related to the nation’s water resources. He leads Warwick Group Consultants which specializes in the policies and procedures of the US Army Corps of Engineers as well as other Federal agencies who provide technical and financial assistance related to coastal resilience. As a recognized expert in coastal resilience, he has appeared on CNN, CBS-TV, Bloomberg TV, and many other media outlets and has been the subject of articles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Washington Post and more than two dozen other publications. Mr. Marlowe is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce as well as New York University’s School of Law. Currently, he is also a member of the Adjunct Faculty at the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management.

Dan Ginolfi

Dan Ginolfi is the Director of Coastal Resilience for Coastal Strategies.  As a lifelong surfer he is dedicated to the preservation of beaches, the coastal zone, world class surf spots and the environment. He currently serves as a consultant to the Army Corps of Engineers' Institute for Water Resources and has also worked as Policy Advisor at Warwick Group Consultants. Dan also serves as a lead researcher on innovative water resources solutions in alternative finance and energy. He is a graduate of James Madison University's ABET accredited Engineering program with a focus on systems engineering, environment and sustainability. He is currently pursuing a masters degree in Coastal Engineering.

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