About Zachary Covell

http://zackcovell.com

In the past 10 years Zachary gained useful experience and know-how as owner and manager of technical staff in a computer repair and maintenance company and as lead building supervisor for a firm specializing in high quality environmentally responsible construction and consulting. Zachary has field experience and current knowledge in management and assessment of public and private stakeholder involvement.

Posts by Zachary Covell:

Water, Not Global Warming

Water, not global warming, is likely to be the greatest environmental challenge facing the world in the coming decades and centuries. Water will be the next large investment industry as without water there is no life. Water will become the ultimate nanotechnology and thus one of the most lucrative and viable sectors for future investment. Large(…)

Meet Morty the Waterfront Fig

“Morty” the Moreton Bay fig tree, one of the oldest fig trees in Santa Monica, is a front runner for Santa Monica’s Urban Forestry Heritage Tree Program, which will recognize outstanding trees throughout the city starting in 2016. Contact trees@smgov.net for more info on the new program! #santamonica #tongvapark #publicworks #trees #urbanforest #heritagetrees #publicworksalwaysintheworks A(…)

Local Water Utilities: Developing Robust Strategies Using the Language of Vulnerability Assessment

Our collective choices today influence greatly our future tomorrow as we enter a time of placing more and more importance on how we utilize water. From washing our hands to aqua ducts moving millions of gallons of water per day our water utilities have their work cut out for them. At first the water utilities focused(…)

Santa Monica Water Intentions for 2016

My purpose already and leading into 2016 is to find work in the water sector. I am located in Santa Monica, California. A career or great opportunity working with water and communities of interest. I’m not here to work on specific hot topics like a drought or free energy and climate change. I’m here to(…)

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