Integrated Regional Water Management 2.0: The Next Generation
May 21-22 Conference Set for San Diego
The role that integrated regional water management can play during the drought and in the state’s water future is the focus of a May 21-22 conference to be held in San Diego.
Integrated Regional Water Management 2.0: The Next Generation is cosponsored by the Water Education Foundation and the California Department of Water Resources in partnership with the IRWM Roundtable of Regions.
For more than a decade state and regional water policymakers have put an emphasis on developing plans to manage water at a regional level – to develop multi-use, multi-partner programs to boost water use efficiency, improve water supply reliability and address multiple watershed issues.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Nancy Sutley, Chief Sustainability and Economic Development Officer for LADWP and formerly with the Obama administration
- Maureen Stapleton, General Manager of the San Diego County Water Authority
- Tracie Billington, Chief of the Financial Assistance Branch in DWR’s Division of IRWM
Registration for the day-and-a-half conference is $195 and includes lunch and a hosted reception May 21. The conference will be held at the Hilton San Diego Resort, 1775 East Mission Bay Drive.
Click here for more information and to register online.