Is the Government Ignoring Revolutionary Eco-Tech

An article on the truth of the matter. Featuring The Habitat Institute’s Combined Habitat Assessment Protocols or CHAP science:

Giving Tuesday a Generosity Movement.

Join Us! In this global generosity movement “Giving Tuesday” unleashing the power of the people. On December 01, 2020 charity organizations around the world are coming together to encourage the people to do good for our communities and the world. The Habitat Institute’s “Giving Tuesday” Facebook Campaign:

Oregon Moves to Function and Value Approach to Wetland Mitigation but Approaches Fall Short in Capturing Biodiversity Values

Oregon’s Department of State Lands has developed a new revised rule, effective April 1, 2019, which move toward functions- and values-based mitigation.  Part of the approach list the Stream Function Assessment Method, however, the method depicted falls way short of the same application used by the Habitat Institute.  The Institute actually applied the Stream Function Assessment as part of the …

California Mitigation Requires an Ecosystem Based Metric and Credit ~ No Longer Business As Usual

If you need an ecosystem mitigation assessment to determine mitigation credit(s), then use the Habitat Institute’s Combined Habitat Assessment Protocols (CHAP). CHAP uses a habitat and biodiversity valuing system to determine baseline conditions, impacts, mitigation and future conditions. In so doing it addresses the recent changes made to the California Fish & Wildlife Code by Assembly Bill 2402 [Sept. 2012] and …

Just IMAGINE if every day was Earth Day.

“We believe that every day is Earth Day at The Habitat Institute.” A more sustainable natural world is in our near future for the State of California and our Nation. The following legislation in the State of California – Has set fourth required elements for the identifying and using the best-available-science: California’s Marine Life Management Act (pg. 6 of 112) …