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News | Northwest Power and Conservation Council Header Menu Contact Search About Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin About the Council Mission and Strategy Members and Staff Bylaws Policies Careers / RFPs News See what the Council is up to. Read the latest news Read All News Press Resources Newsletters International Columbia River Explore News by Topic Fish and Wildlife Planning Salmon and Steelhead Wildlife Energy Planning Energy Efficiency Demand Response Fish and Wildlife The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife in the Columbia River Basin. Its Fish & Wildlife Program guides project funding by the Bonneville Power Administration. Fish & Wildlife overview The Fish and Wildlife Program Fish and Wildlife Program 2018/19 Amendment Process 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Project Reviews and Recommendations Amendment Process (Part 1) Independent Review Groups Independent Economic Analysis Board (IEAB) Independent Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB) Independent Scientific Review Panel (ISRP) Forums and Workgroups Asset Management Subcommittee Ocean and Plume Science and Management Forum Regional Coordination Science and Policy Exchange Toxics Workgroup Columbia Basin Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Workgroup Informal Hatchery Workgroup Topics Adaptive Management Anadromous Fish Mitigation Blocked Areas High-level Indicators Invasive and Non-Native Species Predation Protected Areas Research Plan Resource Tools and Maps Sea Lions Sockeye Sturgeon The Pike Problem Hatchery Map Energy The Council develops a plan, updated every five years, to ensure the region’s power supply and acquire cost-effective energy efficiency. Energy overview THE NORTHWEST POWER PLAN The 2021 Northwest Power Plan The Seventh Power Plan Planning Process and Past Power Plans TECHNICAL TOOLS AND MODELS Regional Portfolio Model Generation Evaluation System Model (GENESYS) Energy Advisory Committees Conservation Resources Advisory Committee Demand Forecast Advisory Committee Demand Response Advisory Committee Generating Resources Advisory Committee Natural Gas Advisory Committee Resource Adequacy Advisory Committee System Analysis Advisory Committee Regional Technical Forum RTF Policy Advisory Committee System Integration Forum Resource Strategies Advisory Committee (Not Active) Energy Topics Energy Efficiency Demand Response Power Supply Resource Adequacy Energy Storage Hydropower Energy Forums and Workgroups Pacific NW Demand Response Project Northwest Wind Integration Forum (Archive) Meetings See next Council meeting March 17 - 18, 2020 in Portland › See all meetings › View all council meetings View full calendar Recent and Upcoming MeetingsSwipe left or right View Council Meetings View all Meetings Reports and Documents Browse reports and documents relevant to the Council's work on fish and wildlife and energy planning, as well as administrative reports. Browse reports Reports by Topic Power Plan Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Financial Reports Independent Scientific Advisory Board Independent Scientific Review Panel Independent Economic Analysis Board Columbia River History Project CloseNews Registration Opens For September International Columbia River Conference Mar 14, 2019 The conference in Kimberley, British Columbia, will address key issues including the Columbia River Treaty and climate change, and is being co-hosted by the Columbia Basin Trust and the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Climate Change Challenge In The Columbia River Basin: Managing Water For Hydropower and Fish Migration Nov 20, 2018 If the effects of global climate change play out as expected in the Pacific Northwest, the changing water supply will challenge dam operators to provide reliable hydropower while protecting fish. Cold-water Species In A Warming Climate Aug 12, 2016John Harrison A warming climate, habitat degradation, and predation by an introduced species threaten native bull trout in Montana, but a joint effort involving Montana, the Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and an an international agreement with British Columbia aims to protect and restore the cold-water species. Climate Change Emphasizes Importance of Cold-Water Habitats for Fish Dec 23, 2015John Harrison Changes could threaten aquatic ecosystems, alter key habitat conditions for salmon and other cold water species and, potentially, warm water to lethal temperatures for fish. Scientist: Begin Preparing Now For Climate Change Impacts Along The Lower Columbia River Oct 16, 2015John Harrison As the climate warms and polar ice continues to melt, sea levels will rise and estuary shorelines, including those along the lower Columbia River, will be inundated. Whether that’s a little or a lot
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