Richard Roos-Collins was today appointed as General Counsel of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation. This corporation implements the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (2016) to undertake nation’s largest dam removal effort. When completed, the project will restore anadromous fisheries
Richard Roos-Collins will participate in the panel, “Can the San Joaquin River Bay Delta Water Quality Control Plan Flow Standards be Settled?,” at the Association of California Water Agencies’ Spring Conference in Monterey California on May 11. He will speak about the Brown Administration’s eff
Richard Roos-Collins will participate in the panel, “Enhancement of Survival Permits: Practical Applications to California Fisheries.” The presentation will be at CLE International’s 5th Annual Endangered Species Act Conference in San Francisco, California on September 25.
Richard Roos-Collins will participate in the panel, “The Future of the San Francisco Bay-Delta Science Enterprise,” at the 13th Annual State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference in Oakland, California on October 11.
Richard Roos-Collins will join the Council of Legal Advisors, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara. Council members advises the Bren School faculty on the legal training of the graduate students and also participate in teaching. More information on the Counc
Richard Roos-Collins will join the Research Advisory Board for UC Berkeley Law’s Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE). The goal of CLEE is to “bring together legal analysis with policy, science, and technical expertise to develop pragmatic policy solutions to critical environmenta
The City of Rockingham, North Carolina and American Rivers filed a certiorari petition in the U.S. Supreme Court, appealing the U.S.
WPLG and UC Berkeley Law Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment won Imagine H2O’s 2017 California Water Policy Challenge. We will develop and propose the architecture of a modern database for California’s water rights, beginning with a pilot project involving Los Angeles Department of Water
PacifiCorp today filed an application before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to transfer most of the license for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project to the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC). The KRRC concurrently filed an application to surrender the license for the purpose of dam