Bay Area Water in a Changing Climate

The Climate Readiness Institute
Invites You To
Bay Area Water in a Changing Climate
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Downtown Berkeley
Space is limited, please RSVP to: [email protected]
The Latest News and Information
In-Depth Discussions
David Sedlak, UC Berkeley Water Center/Water 4.0
John Coleman, Association of California Water Agencies/EBMUD
Grant Davis, Sonoma County Water Agency
Caitrin Phillips Chappelle, PPIC Water Policy Center
Jeremy Madsen, Greenbelt Alliance
Salote Soqo, Environmental Justice Coalition for Water
David Ackerly, UC Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology
Maureen Martin, Contra Costa Water District
William Collins, Lawrence Berkeley Lab/IPCC
Timothy Burroughs, City of Berkeley
Alex Porteshawver, City of Benicia
Challenge #1: The Current Drought
Where we stand today — New State regulations —
Best practices from Bay Area water agencies and local governments
Challenge #2: Long-Term Changes for the Bay Area
Latest research — Impacts on health, natural systems, and the economy —
Overcoming key barriers — How we will succeed as a region
CRI brings together academic experts from UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, UC Davis, and Stanford University with Bay Area
climate practitioners to tackle our region’s most critical climate challenges