TSF’s Elizabeth Martin to speak at Environment and Water Resources Institute Symposium February 15

EWRI Sacramento Chapter Symposium 2011
Resiliency of Water Management – Dynamic Balancing in the 21st Century

February 15, 2011
Hyatt Regency, 1209 L Street, Sacramento, California
Main Program: 8:30 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m. ‐ Breakfast and Lunch included
Afternoon Networking Reception begins at 4:30 p.m. hosted by EWRI Sacramento Chapter

CONFERENCE CHAIR
Pamela Creedon, Executive Officer, Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board

CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
John Laird, Secretary, California Natural Resources Agency (invited)

The Sierra Fund CEO Elizabeth “Izzy” Martin will participate in this critical and timely discussion on the future and resiliency of water management in California at the Environment and Water Resources Institute Symposium February 15, 2011 in Sacramento.  Other voices on this panel include:

  • Phil Isenberg, Chair of the Delta Stewardship Council
  • Dr. Jay Lund, Director of the Center for Water Resources, UCD
  • Timothy Quinn, Executive Director ACWA
  • Kamyar Guivetchi, Manager Statewide IWM, DWR
  • Izzy Martin, CEO, The  Sierra Fund
  • Martha Davis, Executive Manager of Policy Development, IEUA
  • Melinda Terry, Manager, North Delta Water Agency

California legislators and water managers all recognize the need for a sustainable water supply while preserving the ecosystem and protecting water quality and the environment. Ensuring a sustainable water supply requires integration of all aspects of water management (supply, land use, air, environment, habitat, storage, etc.) in order to achieve equilibrium of California water needs and demands. This symposium explores a different management approach – use of dynamic balancing to ensure resiliency of water management in California.

The objective of the symposium is for the Sacramento Chapter of EWRI to develop a White Paper that presents the key ideas and recommendations set forth by the diverse and distinguished panel members and participants that attended the Symposium. The White Paper will be provided to the Governor and other public officials that have influence on water management in California.

For more information, visit the symposium webpage here.

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