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The officers of the IGS elected until '02 are Richard J. Bathurst, President (Canada), Daniele Cazzuffi, Vice President (Italy), Colin J.F.P. Jones, Past President (UK), Wim Voskamp, Treasurer (The Netherlands) and Peter E. Stevenson, Secretary (USA). The Council members elected until '02 are J. Collin (USA), S.P. Corbet (UK), P. Delmas (France), J.P. Gourc (France), G. Heerten (Germany), E. Palmeira (Brazil), P. Rimoldi (Italy), and F. Tatsuoka (Japan)
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Wyong Shire Council may soon pass an ordinance that would require individual home owners along the Central Coast to pay for the installation of geotextile-based shoreline protection. Erosion has been a significant problem, and home owners will now have to choose to protect the shore or perhaps move their homes. Learn more here.;
California water officials are embarking on a two-year environmental assessment of the proposed peripheral canal. The ambitious project would channel water from the Sacramento River around the Delta rather than through. But if the canal is to help the state truly conserve 20% of its water, as the governor has requested, geosynthetic liners should be considered. They have performed magnificently in conservation applications. Learn more here.;