Last week the Interagency Climate Change Adaptation Task Force released a groundbreaking report that outlines recommendations for preparing the federal government and the nation for a changing climate. The report does a great job of laying out the fede… Read more »
Will conducts research for legislative campaigns and works to advance policies that help communities secure a safe and consistent supply of water for the future.
Will joined American Rivers in October 2006. Prior to that, he conducted research on agriculture and water use in a small farming village in the West Bank. His other recent experiences include teaching English at an orphanage in Southwest China, studying French in Senegal, and managing a house painting company for several summers in Maine.
Will Hewes conducts research for legislative campaigns and works to advance policies that help communities secure a safe and consistent supply of water for the future.
B.A. in International Environmental Policy from Brown UniversityBagaduce River
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Following the announcement that the Senate will likely not pass a climate bill this year, there has been understandable concern from many that we’re headed for some potentially devastating impacts to our communities and water supplies as temperat… Read more »
It’s official. Climate change is here and it’s high time we did something about it. These are the conclusions from a series of reports released earlier this week by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). The three reports focus on the stat… Read more »
The climate change headlines haven’t been very encouraging lately. Climate and energy legislation is going nowhere fast in Congress. While the House of Representatives passed a comprehensive bill last June, the Senate has been unable to secure th… Read more »
“An essential component of adaptation is the protection and restoration of ecosystems and the habitats, natural resources, and services they provide.” You’re probably assuming this quote was lifted from American Rivers’ latest r… Read more »
With the national spotlight focused on health care for much of the year, you’ll be forgiven if you’re not up to date on the latest global warming news in Congress. But after months of behind-the-scenes negotiations, momentum has been gather… Read more »
It’s been a big week for American Rivers and our work to help communities prepare for the impacts of climate change. Last Thursday we released a new report, Natural Security: How Sustainable Water Strategies are Preparing Communities for a Changi… Read more »