Month: January 2021

LADWP Cites Climate Change In End Of Free Water Deal For Long Valley Pastoralists

[ad_1] This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. Since the early 1920s, the Long Valley plains east of Yosemite have inspired comparison with a rustic Western paradise – an idyllic border where sparkling […]

COVID wave hits LA ports, increasing need for vaccines

[ad_1] Nearly 700 dockworkers in the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have contracted COVID-19 and hundreds more are taking virus-related leave, raising fears of a severe slowdown in the multi-billion dollar logistics economy of the region. A growing infection rate of longshoremen, which parallels the virus outbreak across California, is exacerbating a […]

FEMA’s New National Risk Index Provides Data Assessment Capability

[ad_1] FEMA has released a new National Risk Index that helps state and local jurisdictions prepare for and mitigate natural disasters. The index provides standardized risk data for mitigation planning and an overview of 18 different risk factors. It is a free downloadable database that any jurisdiction can use due to its flexibility and scalability. […]

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