Planning & Conservation League Symposium: What is happening in the Delta this year?

Panelists share different perspectives on the troubled estuary At the Planning and Conservation League’s annual symposium held earlier this year, one of the panel discussions focused on the Delta.  The panel discussion was not centered around the California Water Fix (more commonly known as the Delta tunnels project), but instead each panelist gave a different perspective on the estuary. The […]

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Dr. Peter Gleick: The (past, present, and) future of water

Dr. Gleick shares his vision for a sustainable water future for California, and gives his recommendations on how to achieve it At the February 27th Planning and Conservation League annual symposium, The Future Is Now, panel discussions and presentations focused on land use, water, and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Planning and Conservation League is a non-profit organization […]

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Planning and Conservation League Symposium: What’s next for the Delta?

“What’s next for the Delta?  ‘Enquiring minds want to know,’” began Martha Davis, moderator for the closing plenary session of the Planning and Conservation League’s 2014 Symposium: Water for Life: Towards and Equitable and Sustainable Water Future for California. “The underlying question for this afternoon’s panel is whether we’re on a convergence path for solutions for the Bay Delta crisis.  […]

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