20 July 2011

MGhydro on Twitter, 20110720 edition

Continued from the previous edition, these are items appropriate to this blog that I have tweeted, RT'd, MT'd, or HT'd in the past few days up through the evening of the date in the post title.  You can follow me on Twitter to get these in real time, and I welcome contributions by comment, e-mail and @MGhydro

16 July (Saturday)
  • Sounds familiar, but from so long ago... RT : A race for land is destroying the Guatemalan rainforest: Guardian
  • Excellent choice of person to explain this effort... MT : Looking Ahead To Local Climate Models: redOrbit  
  • Food aid an issue of poor institutional memory... MT When will we learn? Kenya reels in cycles of drought: Star
17 July (Sunday)
18 July (Monday)
19 July (Tuesday)
20 July (Wednesday)
  • Concept note on "int'l peace and security--the impact of climate change" from German Mission to UN h/t
  • MT : USDOI Sec. Salazar Announces $2.7M in WaterSMART Funding to Study River Basins and Improve Water Systems
  • RT : Top 25 Water Conservation blogs. Yeah, I'm there, along with , , et al. Tnx!  
  • Food aid won't fix this... MT : UN declares famine in 2 regions of Somalia, could quickly spread: Reuters
  • It just might be where your water comes from! MT Join your local lake organization or start one of your own
  • US Congress members from MO want flood control on Missouri River, but slash ecosystem restoration (!) via
  • Sustainability -- the capability of a human endeavor to keep doing as it was intended, despite its offenses against nature and other humans.
  • Resilience -- the ability of a human or natural process/system to keep doing as it was intended despite inflicted human or natural offenses.
  • MT : Mulroy tells US Chamber of Commerce that Mississippi River excess could ease Colorado River drought
  • MT : Since 1985, we've been protecting rivers and rights in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Learn more:

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