The Winter 2024 Edition of The Corps Environment is Now Available!

The Winter 2024 edition of The Corps Environment is now available!

Read the latest issue: https://www.dvidshub.net/publication/issues/69704

This edition highlights considering the environment when employing a risk management and systems approach, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #5. Content includes commentary from Mr. Drew White, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Installation Readiness Division chief, discussing how sustainability is an integral part of USACE’s ethos. This edition also features environmental projects and programs that are focused on shaping a sustainable future for present and upcoming generations.

The Corps Environment Winter 2024 Edition

Content includes:

  • USACE Seattle District highlights how they recently completed environmental restoration on Wa’adah Island in partnership with the Makah Tribe.
  • USACE Honolulu District discusses efforts to remove hazardous lithium batteries found in wildfire debris in coordination with the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center shares how they are combatting cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms.
  • U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground highlights ongoing recovery efforts for the endangered Sonoran pronghorn.
  • USACE St. Paul District discusses the new island-building technique being used on the Upper Mississippi River.
  • U.S. Army Environmental Command shares how the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process promotes environmental justice.

Read these articles and more in the Winter 2024 edition of The Corps Environment.

Learn more about USACE’s Environmental Operating Principles here.

Previous editions of The Corps Environment are available here.

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