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EPA Newsletter
June 25, 2015
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Department of Housing and Urban Development Releases Report
"Green Infrastructure and the Sustainable Communities Initiative"
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Other News
Nature Climate Change Article: "Vulnerability and Adaptation of U.S. Shellfisheries to Ocean Acidification"
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EPA Office of Water
Climate Change and Water News
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File PDF document Grant Resource Guide For Non-Profits , Community-based Organizations, and Tribes
Grant progams, technical assistance and tools for communities
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File PDF document Grant Resource Guide Brochure
Brochure of grant progams, technical assistance and tools for communities
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File PDF document EPA Stormwater UIC Policy Memo
Document that describes the intersection of LID GI and UIC regulations.
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File PDF document February 29, 2012 meeting (2)
Updated MRG MS4 permit timeline from EPA.
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WaterSense recently announced its intent to modify its specifications for certification programs for irrigation professionals and the WaterSense irrigation professional partnership. The notification of intent outlines EPA's evaluation of the benefits and challenges associated with the existing irrigation partnership program, its experience in running the certification program, and its desire to expand the program's scope to attain additional water savings. The outlined intended revisions are two-fold: development of a consolidated and common set of general requirements that will apply to all professional certifying organizations and removal of the individual irrigation partnership designation to allow the benefits of partnership to extend to all professionals certified by WaterSense labeled programs. WaterSense is soliciting input from stakeholders who would like to provide comment on the Agency's proposal.
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This final report uses biological data collected in wadeable rivers and streams, by four states, to examine the components of state and tribal bioassessment and biomonitoring programs that may be vulnerable to climate change. The study investigates the potential to identify biological response signals to climate change within existing bioassessment data sets; analyzes how biological responses can be categorized and interpreted; and assesses how they may influence decision-making processes. The analyses suggest that several biological indicators may be used to detect climate change effects and such indicators can be used by state bioassessment programs to document changes at high-quality reference sites.
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