To discuss water conservation and what works and what doesn’t with an update on Southern California water supplies, the Southern California Water Dialogue will meet at the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California headquarters, Room 2-145, 700 N. Alameda, Los Angeles, (213) 217-6710.
Despite a cry for voluntary water use cutbacks from the Governor and certain agencies, water demand remains high or is edging upward. Although Southern California has avoided the most immediate impacts of the drought because of storage and water conservation investments, we must become more efficient. Without aggressive action now, the State may impose one-size-fits-all requirements.
Please RSVP to JoAnn Carrillo email@example.com. Parking is available at Metropolitan’s employee garage, accessible at the rear of the building for those who RSVP. Parking validation will not be provided for valet parking.
Demetri Polyzos, senior engineer, Metropolitan’s Water Resources Management Group
Professor Kurt Schwabe, Ph.D., associate director, Water Science and Policy Center, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, UC Riverside
Dr. Stephanie Pincetl, director, California Center for Sustainable Communities at Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
Phil Levinson, WaterSmart Software
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce