Water Allocation in California: Managing an Increasingly Scarce Resource

Global

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Start
9:00am PST on Friday, December 2, 2022
End
10:30am PST on Friday, December 2, 2022
Location:
Virtual
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3:00pm on Friday, December 2, 2022
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First program in an 18 month series
about water and land economics around the globe.

WATER ALLOCATION IN CALIFORNIA
Managing an Increasingly Scarce Resource

Managing the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta:
Its role in California’s Water Supply

“Role of Water Master in management of the fragile Delta ecosystem, and its critical role in supplying California’s water needs.”

Michael George

Delta Water Master of California
California Water Resource Quality Control Board

Bio
 

 

Establishing Water Resiliency for Los Angeles Metropolitan Region

“Conserving water from the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, Colorado River and local sources.”

Madelyn Glickfeld

Director of the UCLA Water Resources Group
UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

Bio
 

 

Public Policy: Water Supply, Demand and Allocation in California

“Public policy on water rights and allocation in California and possible solutions for the equitable allocation of increasingly scarce water resources.”

Dante Nomellini

Attorney at Law
Nomellini Grilli McDaniel

Bio