The Future of Water in Southern California

The Future of Water in Southern California
Friday, January 27, 2012 - 8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00 am
6:00 pm
Luskin Center for Innovation
3102675435
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Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Date: 
Fri, 01/27/2012 - 8:00am - 6:00pm
Presented By: 
Luskin Center for Innovation
Contact Phone: 
3102675435

Location

Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States
34° 2' 58.0236" N, 118° 14' 19.6404" W
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LOCAL SOURCE DEVELOPMENT WATER REUSE • CONSERVATION • DESALINATION • AND MORE

Local source development promises greater reliability, water security and progressively more cost-effective sources of water. This summit will highlight success stories from across the globe, explore emerging water reuse strategies, and identify critical policy, communications and coalition-building questions for the region.

LOCAL SOURCE DEVELOPMENT WATER REUSE • CONSERVATION • DESALINATION • AND MORE

Local source development promises greater reliability, water security and progressively more cost-effective sources of water. This summit will highlight success stories from across the globe, explore emerging water reuse strategies, and identify critical policy, communications and coalition-building questions for the region.

Who should attend:
The event will bring together thought leaders from water agencies, universities, the private sector, and non-profits to assess future strategies for further developing local water sources in Southern California.  Participants will engage in the latest technology, research, policy, and implementation strategies.

Program highlights:

  • Current use of local water sources and why local sources will become more important in the future
  • Promise and challenges of emerging technologies − including ocean desalination and indirect and direct potable reuse of wastewater and contaminated groundwater − as well as improvements in water conservation programs
  • Lessons learned to communicate the social benefits of new technologies
  • Forming public-private partnerships  to assist agencies in developing new water sources
  • New coalitions and organizational strategies to effectively develop these sources

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LOCATION: Downtown L.A. at the Japanese American National Museum, 369 East First Street
TIME: January 27, 2012 from 8:15 am – 5:30 pm, followed by a reception

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