Performance-Driven Stormwater Notches a “Win” in Lake Tahoe

  September 20, 2017     Evan Branosky

First-year results of the Lake Clarity Crediting Program demonstrate real progress toward reducing sediment runoff and restoring Lake Tahoe’s historic clarity. Permit partners exceeded their target of reducing fine sediment in runoff by 10 percent and finalized the first credit “trade,” demonstrating a shared commitment to achieving pollutant reduction goals. This commitment is epitomized by… Read more »

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Company Health driving internal strategy for growth

  August 31, 2017     Renae Golden

Company Health serves as the central support hub for Environmental Incentives, managing the company’s finance, human resources, and internal operations and strategy. An integral piece of our sustainable growth into the future, we are excited to announce the advancement of our very own Andrew Alexandrovich to the role of Senior Manager for Company Health. Andrew… Read more »

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What do declining elephant populations & failed hand pumps have in common?

  August 28, 2017

More than you might think. The conservation and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sectors both face their share of challenges when it comes to sustainability. As the learning partner on the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Sustainable WASH Systems Initiative (SWS), Environmental Incentives is bringing our experience in the conservation sector here in the… Read more »

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Lake Tahoe Crediting Program Exceeds Targets

  August 22, 2017

Local governments and highway departments are exceeding their targets for reducing polluted runoff to Lake Tahoe. The Lake Tahoe TMDL Program 2017 Performance Report finds that collective actions have reduced fine sediment loads from entering the lake by 12 percent since 2004, exceeding the first five-year reduction target of 10 percent. These results can be attributed… Read more »

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