Striking a Balance: The Bay Delta Conservation Plan and the Future of California's Water

The Environmental Law Society at the USF School of Law and the Bar Association of San Francisco, Section of the Environment are proud to bring you a panel event discussing the proposed Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) and its impacts on the environment, our fragile water infrastructure, and water politics in general.

The Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), due to be released in December, seeks to resolve decades of controversy by securing California's water supply while protecting the Delta as a habitat for endangered species. The panel brings together key players representing diverse state, environmental and local perspectives. Panelists will sit down for a collaborative conversation about the soon-to-be-released draft plan for the California Delta.

1 MCLE credit is available.

EVENT DETAILS:

Date: November 5, 2013
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco CA, USF Main Campus, McLaren Conference Center, Room 250

Panelists:
Gerald Meral, CA Natural Resources Agency
Steve Rothert, American Rivers
Kate Poole, Natural Resources Defense Council
Ara Azhderian, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority
Moderator: Richard Roos-Collins, Water and Power Law Group & Adjunct Professor, USF School of Law

RSVP is required to attend this panel event as there will be limited space available.

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