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Rivers on Fire: Working in Environmental Regulation - Livestream Only

In 1969, the Cuyahoga River caught on fire for the thirteenth time. This event catalyzed a decade of environmental legislation in the U.S. including the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act. How do water-quality and natural resource agency staff balance development and the natural environment through regulatory actions? This seminar will highlight how environmental regulatory decisions are made and the kinds of science that regulators use to guide decision-making at the local and regional level in the Bay Area. Working in environmental regulation is an exciting option for biologists, ecologists, physical scientists, and other water-resource professionals who want to use technical skills and scientific expertise to have a real-world impact.

Speaker: Sahyre Cohen, UC Army Corp of Engineers

Editor's Note:  Doug George, Coastal Programs Manager, California State Parks, was originally scheduled to speak on this date.

This event will only be livestreamed due to health concerns.  See link to the stream at the weblink below.

Wednesday, 03/18/20

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Cost:

Free

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Estuary & Ocean Science Center

3152 Paradise Drive
Bay Conference Center, South Bay Room
Tiburon, CA 94920

Phone: 415-33803700
Website: Click to Visit