California's Drought and Water Policy
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September 30, 2015
6:00 p.m. – Registration
Complimentary parking at RAND
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California has implemented numerous policy changes to cope with a record-breaking, four-year drought. A panel of experts will discuss what government agencies can do to better manage water resources, what methods are most effective at encouraging citizens to use water wisely, and how leaders can better plan for future climate crises. Preserving agricultural jobs, protecting the environment, and improving infrastructure are among the issues that will be addressed.
Codirector of the RAND Water and Climate Resilience Center and Senior Policy Researcher at RAND
President of the California Farm Bureau Federation
Executive Director of the Association of California Water Agencies
Founder of the Los Angeles Food Policy Council and Member of the California Water Commission
Molly Peterson (Moderator)
Environment Correspondent at Southern California Public Radio
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