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Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Foothills Dash, event open house at ESB
Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Foothills Dash in Orting, wedding and special event open house at the Environmental Services Building in University Place.
Tacoma Smelter Plume: Yard Cleanup Program (Part 1)
This video explains the Tacoma Smelter Plume history, the health risks and provides an introduction to the Yard Sampling and Cleanup Program. The Department of Ecology is working to clean up arsenic and lead contamination from the former Asarco copper smelter in Tacoma. Ecology’s Yard Sampling and Cleanup Program provides free soil sampling for over 4,500 yards in north Tacoma and on southern Vashon-Maury Island. Ecology is offering free soil cleanup for portions of yards with levels over: • 100 parts per million (ppm) for arsenic; or • 500 ppm for lead. To learn more, please visit http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/tcp/sites_brochure/tacoma_smelter/yard/yardProgram.html. Credits and acknowledgements: Video created by GOAL Productions and WA Department of Ecology Health information from Tacoma Pierce County Health Department
"How the Army Corps of Engineers Regulates Our Water Resources," by Justin Hughes
Download Transcript: http://kcdv.tv/big-muddy-speakers-series/pdf/justin-hughes.pdf "How the Army Corps of Engineers Regulates Our Water Resources," by Justin Hughes, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Big Muddy Speakers Series (Kansas City) hosted by Healthy Rivers Partnership (http://www.healthyriverspartnership.com/), Lakeside Nature Center (http://www.lakesidenaturecenter.org/), and RiverRelief (http://www.riverrelief.org/) at the Westport Coffeehouse Theater (http://www.westportcoffeehouse.com) - Tuesday, January 24, 2017 7:00 pm. Kansas City District Regulatory Project Manager Justin Hughes explains the many roles the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plays in permitting, regulation and development mitigation throughout the country and in the Kansas City area. Many development projects involving our rivers and streams require permitting or approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Photo courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Many development projects involving our rivers and streams require permitting or approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Photo courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Drawing for Titles & Credits: "Quixotic Army Corps," by George Martin, Kansas City, Missouri Music for Titles/Credits: "Dog Face Soldier Song" http://www.stewart.army.mil/info/?id=464&p=2 Photographs, Maps & Slides: Courtesty of Justin Hughes Videography by Kansas City Digital Video. Live broadcast of Big Muddy Speaker Series: http://www.kcdv.tv/live Index of the Big Muddy Speaker Series: http://www.kcdv.tv/big-muddy-speakers-series For information about upcoming presentations visit: http://bigmuddyspeakers.org/kansascity/
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Acting Director, NOAA Office of Coastal Resource Management PRESENTATION TITLE: How Big Should My Village Be? Strategic Partnerships for Increased Climate Adaptation and Mitigation ABSTRACT: There is a growing momentum across sectors in the coastal zone (e.g., transportation planners, natural resource managers, port developers) to incorporate climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies into planning and management to protect our Nation's coastlines. In this talk, Ms. Davidson will address the perception and management of risk by examining relevant factors ranging from the geophysical to the political. How we approach risk now will shape our future exposure, and the costs associated with major environmental events.
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Yelawolf - American You
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2016 November Evening Public Lecture — Ecological Stressors
Ecological Stressors: It's a Lot of 'WERC' "There's is no place like California" by A. Keith Miles, Center Director, USGS Western Ecological Research Center Highlights of the science of the USGS Western Ecological Research Center: - Wildlife, drought, sea level rise - Endangered species, species of concern - Alternate energy, urbanization, species connectivity
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Drinking Water and Groundwater Loans and Grants Workshop - Non-Construction Session
The NH Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund & NHDES State Revolving Loan Fund held a workshop for interested stakeholders on April 18, 2018, in Concord, NH, which was also broadcast over the internet. This is a recording of the PowerPoint presentation and accompanying speakers. The recording has been edited slightly for the online audience.
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Methanol Discussion 1 - Framing the issues: Local to global perspectives
Urban Waters Informed Discussion Series: Explore the science underlying a proposed gas-to-methanol production plant in Tacoma http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/methanol Session 1 of 4. Framing the issues: Local to global perspectives Featuring: Melissa Malott, J.D. Executive Director, Citizens for a Healthy Bay Joel Baker, Ph.D. Science Director, Center for Urban Waters Port of Tacoma Chair in Environmental Science and Professor, University of Washington Tacoma Jason Jordon, M.P.A. Director, Environmental and Planning Services, Port of Tacoma Tony Warfield, M.R.P. Senior Manager for Development Services, Port of Tacoma 00:00-9:20 - Intro & Ground Rules - Joel Baker 09:30-25:30 - Port of Tacoma - Kaiser Aluminum Smelter Site - Jason Jordan 25:33-42:55 - Environmental Review Permitting Process - Tony Warfield 43:00-1:16:10 - Methanol 101 - Joel Baker 1:16:30-1:45:50 - Panel - Moderater - Melissa Malott Funded in part by UW Tacoma Arts and Lectures
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Marc VIRGILIO 10/22/14  Managing Spoil Islands of the IRL
The Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserves consist of seven separate aquatic preserves from Volusia to Palm Beach Counties. Through restoration projects, volunteer events, and public outreach, the IRLAP staff conducts several projects, including spoil island enhancement, shoreline restoration, spoil island bird and diamondback terrapin monitoring. These projects are conducted with heavy involvement of the community at all phases of implementation and are essential to the office’s success. The Spoil Island Project is a coalition of government entities and local groups to enhance spoil islands ecologically and for recreational uses. The lecture will cover the many facets of the Spoil Island Project as well as an overview of other IRLAP programs and how to help.