Ecosystem Pros Discover Power of Mitigation Analyst3.0

Savvy ecosystem market pros looking to master the power of environmental big data attended the “Game Change – Mitigation Analyst 3.0” workshop” today at the National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas. Mitigation and conservation bankers, regulators, and NGO representatives all got a glimpse of how easy…

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Releases New Mitigation Policy

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This World Water Day Make a Lasting Investment

Today is World Water Day – a day when people across the World observe the power to make a meaningful difference in the future of our most vital renewable resource. World Water Day is an opportunity for us all to learn more about water issues and to take real action…

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Environmental Big Data Workshop – Fort Worth, TX

Trout Headwaters’ Senior Vice President for Information Systems, Lisa Marr and CEO Michael Sprague will conduct a 90-minute workshop to kick-off the 2016 National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference on Tuesday, May 10 at the Omni Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas. The live demonstration will highlight the latest version…

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Secretary Jewell Announces Natural Resource Investment Center

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell  announced today that the Department of Interior (DOI) will establish a Natural Resource Investment Center to spur partnerships with the private sector to develop creative financing opportunities that support economic development goals while advancing the Department’s resource stewardship mission. Jewell outlined that the…

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Mitigation and Conservation – Compliance for New Federal Regulations

The U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) moved aggressively to support the November 3 Presidential Memorandum that directs federal agencies to give preference to advance compensatory mitigation for unavoidable environmental impacts. The new DOI Policies were issued just hours after the Presidential Memorandum and strengthen the Council on Environmental Quality’s policies by…

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