Droughts are a regular feature of California’s variable climate, affecting cities, farms, and the environment. They test water management systems and signal areas needing improvement.
Seizing the Drought: Water Priorities for Our Changing ClimateUpcoming November 15, 16, and 17
The PPIC Water Policy Center will convene a diverse group of experts to discuss how to tackle the highly disruptive effects of climate change on our water system. It’s clear that we must step up our game to cope with the increasingly severe, warm droughts that are coming our way. This year’s conference will identify immediate actions we can take to boost the state’s resilience.
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Video: Managing Water in a Changing Climate
Sarah Bardeen, Ashlyn Perri
Creating Collaborative Recharge Partnerships in the San Joaquin Valley
Video: Groundwater and Urban Growth in the San Joaquin Valley
Commentary: Ensuring Water Supplies for the San Joaquin Valley’s Cities Requires Cooperation
Andrew Ayres, Ellen Hanak
Video: Improving California’s Water Market
A Culture of Innovation: Moulton Niguel