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Event
Policy Priorities for California's Water
Date: October 18, 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. (registration begins 7:30 a.m.)
Location: Sheraton Grand Hotel, Magnolia room
1230 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

PUBLICATION
California's Water

Topic
Climate Change/Energy
Water
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Although 2016 was somewhat wetter than the previous four years, a fifth year of drought keeps water at the top of the state's policy agenda. This conference looks at what's on tap in key areas, including strengthening urban drought resilience, managing groundwater in rural areas, addressing declining ecosystem health, and ensuring safe drinking water in disadvantaged communities.

Join PPIC Water Policy Center researchers and a diverse group of federal, state, and local experts for a thought-provoking discussion about policy priorities for the coming water year.

This event made possible with funding from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.


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Event Videos
Welcome and Introduction
Ellen Hanak, Center Director, PPIC Water Policy Center.
Building Drought Resilience in Urban Communities
Panel 1: Jennifer Burke of the City of Santa Rosa, Wade Crowfoot of the Water Foundation, and Fiona Sanchez of Irvine Ranch Water District. Ellen Hanak of PPIC Water Policy Center moderates.
Implementing the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
Panel 2: Eric Averett of the Rosedale-Rio Bravo Water Storage District, Thad Bettner of the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, and Secretary Karen Ross of California Department of Food and Agriculture. Thomas Harter of UC Davis moderates.
Environmental Impacts, Endangered Species Act, and Extinction
Panel 3: Phil Isenberg, former chair of the Delta Stewardship Council, Jeff Mount of the PPIC Water Policy Center, and Kate Poole of the Natural Resources Defense Council. Buzz Thompson of Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment moderates.
Disadvantaged Communities and Access to Safe Drinking Water
Panel 4: Lance Eckhart of the Mojave Water Agency, Laurel Firestone of the Community Water Center, and Darrin Polhemus of the State Water Resources Control Board. Brian Gray of PPIC moderates.