About  The CalCoast™ Wave
The California Coastal Coalition (CalCoast™) publishes  The CalCoast™ WAVE  weekly without charge to readers around the world. We have been publishing a weekly e-newsletter since 1997 and we now reach more than 3,200 readers. Each edition of  The CalCoast™ WAVE  includes important news articles and op-eds, as well as announcements about grants, fellowships, conferences, meetings, and employment opportunities. We encourage readers to forward  The CalCoast™ WAVE  to friends and colleagues and to send us news tips, announcements, events, and employment opportunities. 
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Editor's Notes

The coronavirus is turning life as we know it upside down. We send good health wishes to our global readers and  we want to thank public health workers and medical professionals who are fighting the pandemic on the front lines. Many federal, state and local government officials (elected and staff) have taken a myriad of measures to slow the spread of the virus and its impacts on daily life and the world's economy  and we appreciate their collective efforts. 
We have added a new section about the coronavirus to our weekly e-newsletter, combing through roughly one hundred articles so our readers can keep up-to-date on the status of health care and government responses to the pandemic. Please send us any information you think would be of interest to our readers on this subject.
Please stay safe and healthy, and follow the recommendations of state and county health officials, as well as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Coronavirus information from the state of California may be found  here.  Coronavirus information from the CDC can be found here.

New developments:
  1. LinkedIn publishes a daily update on the coronavirus virus. Click here to access LinkedIn's daily updates.
  2. Yesterday, President Trump invoked wartime authority under the Defense Production Act, allowing him to order faster production of medical supplies and prohibit certain people from entering the U.S.
  3. For California Residents: Covered California announced this morning that members who have less income due to the virus (even if you receive financial assistance to pay for health insurance should report should report income changes here. Members and non-members who need financial help to pay for health insurance can get help here or by calling Covered California at (800) 762-9596.

Highlights from the Articles and Content Below:
  • Trump may be greatest obstacle to sending a clear message on coronavirus
  • Coastal Commission chair confirms he tested positive for coronavirus
  • Senate overwhelmingly passes coronavirus relief measure ensuring paid sick, emergency leave
  • President Trump's Remain in Mexico policy blocked in federal court
  • Newsom gives new coronavirus guidance for CA state workers
  • California coronavirus: Are colleges ready to go online?
  • Approval rates of local bond and tax measures in California's March 3 election lowest in at least a decade
  • Creating resilient, sustainable water supplies means flipping the management paradigm
  • The Ocean Cleanup's 'Interceptor' Aims to Clean 1,000 Rivers in 5 Years. Will It Work?
  • White House proposes steep budget cut to leading climate science agency

Coronavirus News

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Coastal Commission News
Federal Government
State Government
Local Government News
Drought, Water, & Wetlands News
Beach & Coastal News
Climate Change & Environmental News

For a list of current announcements, please click here.

Employment Opportunities

For a list of current employment opportunities, please click here.

For a list of conferences and meetings, as well as a digital calendar of events, please click here.

You have received this e-newsletter from the California Coastal Coalition (CalCoast™), a non-profit advocacy group comprised of 35 coastal cities; five counties; SANDAG, BEACON and SCAG; private sector partners and NGO's, committed to protecting and restoring California's coastline through beach sand restoration, increasing the flow of natural sediment, wetlands recovery, improved water quality, watershed management and the reduction of marine debris and plastic pollution. When possible, we try to post articles that are not protected by pay walls.  
Steven Aceti, JD
Executive Director,  
California Coastal Coalition

3132 Avenida Alcor | Carlsbad, CA 92009