- Author: Kathleen P Nolan
The California Department of Water Resources is launching the 2021 Roundtable of Regions Summit, “Climate Resilience and Integrated Regional Water Management: Building Successful Partnerships”.
The purpose of the a free virtual conference is to create and deliver timely, practical, and adaptable information on climate change planning resources. This Summit will highlight working with partners to achieve water and climate resilience at both the regional and statewide scales. The strength and value of IRWM is that it is a well-established program that engages small and large water providers, Tribes, underserved communities, and other interested stakeholders.
The event will be held on November 15th, 16th and 17th – 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. each day.
- Day 1: Climate Science and Resilience: Programs, Plans and Partners
- Day 2: How Regions are Addressing Climate Resilience; Tools and Resources
- Day 3: Working Together to Achieve Climate Resilience
The opportunity will provide the opportunity for attendees to:
- Gain a greater understanding of climate resilience, adaption, and mitigation efforts and mandated Plans.
- Highlight working with partners to achieve water and climate resilience at both the regional and statewide scales.
- Share practical ideas, tools, and action steps for immediate implementation.
- Learn more about the Identification of and alignment with funding opportunities.
- Strengthen commitment to implementing Human Right to Water and other initiatives particularly to address the needs of Tribes and underserved communities.
To attend the event, please Register here today (URL: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vOn8k4RIQxqYh0qYgXQtWA)
The agenda can also be found on the Roundtable of Regions website at: RoundtableofRegions.org.
For questions and more information about the IRWM Roundtable of Regions or the 2021 IRWM Summit, contact:
Jodie Monaghan, Network Coordinator, IRWM Roundtable of Regions
Kathleen Nolan, Director, ANR Office of Contracts & Grants (OCG)