Can California adapt to the challenges of climate change? How will the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) influence water availability and allocation in California? What is the best path moving forward? These are all questions that will be answered in the Weathering Change: The Impact of Climate and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act on California’s Water Conference.
Please join us as we explore questions surrounding hydrology, climate science, policy science, water resource management, and adaptations to water scarcity. Speakers include scientists, managers, agriculturalists, and members of stakeholder communities.
Our Keynote Speaker is Kevin de Leon, President Pro Tempore of the California Senate.
Conference at a glance:
Monday, 4 April 6pm
Keynote speaker: Kevin de León, President Pro Tempore of the California State Senate, followed by poster session and networking reception. Monday's keynote address is free but requires advance registration prior to 27 March 2016. Beverages at the reception will be available for purchase for those who don't register for
Tuesday. Tuesday, 5 April 8:30am-4:30pm Sessions on science, policy, and adaptation.
Tuesday's sessions require advance registration and payment of $10 prior to the registration deadline, 27 March 2016, with capacity limited to the first 120 registrants. The registration fee includes attendance, the conference brochure, two beverage vouchers for the Monday reception, and Tuesday lunch. The poster session will provide a great opportunity to showcase research, agency outreach, or stakeholder perspectives. For more details and conference schedule, click here.