Mike Antos and Nancy Steele: Water in the Age of Uncertainty
From the Council for Watershed Health:
Water in the Age of Uncertainty: A Southern California Response to Climate Change
When: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Where: The Autry National Center
4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027
The State of California, in response to the growing threats of climate chance, created the first California Adaptation Strategy in 2009.
Today, the California Natural Resources Agency is updating the Strategy. This important policy will guide us in coming decades, determining how the state will thrive in the face of a changed environment. Safeguarding California: Reducing Climate Risk lays out nine issue areas that will be impacted by climate change -- the most vital issue of which is water.
On February 12, we invite you to join us in a discussion of California's water future. You'll hear the scientific forecast and what we can do to safeguard our future. We will come away with recommendations for California's Adaptation Strategy.
"Climate change adaptation is mainly about water. Water is the primary medium through which climate change influences the Earth's ecosystems and therefore people's livelihoods and well-being." -- UN-Water
- Mike Antos (Council for Watershed Health) 2013 Switzer Fellow
- Celeste Cantu (SAWPA) invited
- Phyllis Griffman (USC Sea Grant)
- Jeff Kightlinger (Metropolitan Water District of Southern California)
- Krista Klein (Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability)
- Beth Jines (LADWP) invited
- Michael McCormick (Governor's Office of Planning and Research) invited
- Jonathan Parfrey (Climate Resolve)
- Matt Peterson (Office of Mayor Garcetti) invited
- Dr. Nancy L.C. Steele (Council for Watershed Health) 1993 Switzer Fellow
- Southern California Edison invited
- The Nature Conservancy invited
and more to come!
RSVP by January 31 to get a special reduced registration rate.
Space is limited-- sign up now!