Peer to peer 2018: Tools and training for water conservation professionals
May 30-31, San Francisco
Now in its third year, Peer-to-Peer is back in Northern California at P G & E’s Pacific Energy Center.
This event is designed for both the seasoned professional and staff new to water conservation and efficiency. In 2017, one conservation veteran said, “Peer to Peer provides an experience that reinvigorates my passion and drive for what I do. It provides a community that inspires my professional development where I can gain valuable insights and develop new connections.”
One attendee new to the field stated, “As a new water conservationist, Peer-to-Peer was a great opportunity to fully understand the methods and analysis that goes into achieving utility-wide water savings.”
Following Peer-to-Peer 2017, 100% of those responding to the survey said they would recommend this event to a peer and 90% said they would attend again.
Headwaters in Peril; legislation – funding – constraints
May 30, Auburn
Panel topics include: How We Got Here and How It Could Have Been Prevented; Managing Public Forest Lands – Today; Managing Private Forest Lands as a Partner & Stakeholder in The Forest; Managing Public Forest Lands – The Vision; What Needs to Be Done – How Are We Going to Get There (afternoon panel discussion)
Participants include: Congressman Doug LaMalfa; Congressman Tom Mc Clintock; Randy Moore, Pacific Southwest Regional Forester; Barnie Gyant, Pacific Southwest Deputy Regional Forester; Jim Branham, Executive Officer, Sierra Nevada Conservancy; and
Dan Tomascheski, Vice President, Sierra Pacific Industries.
Hosted by the Mountain Counties Water Resources Association.
Navigating Bay Area Water: Emerging Technology Solutions
May 31, San Jose
On May 31st 2018, Sustainable Silicon Valley will host its 5th water event – Navigating Bay Area Water: Emerging Technology Solutions. This event will bring together 150 water leaders who will focus on transformative technologies and creative policy solutions to enhance Bay Area’s water resilience in the future.
Emerging water technology and policy solutions have the ability to address our immediate water resource challenges. Join us at Navigating Bay Area water for a visionary approach to managing water supplies and demands. Speakers will include leading experts from technology, policy, government and academia.
For the first time, Intel will be participating in an SSV event! We are very excited to hear Intel’s Global Project Manager, Fawn Bergen, share Intel’s plans to restore 100% of their water use to local communities and watersheds by 2025 and how they conserved 4.6 billion gallons of water in 2016.
Our interactive event will feature roundtable seating, networking breaks and a wine and beer reception. Attendees will include representatives from design and engineering firms, tech companies, agencies and municipalities. We look forward to seeing you on May 31st 2018, at Mitchell Park Community Center!
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