Annual Travers Ethics Conference: Managing The Delta
15th Annual Travers Ethics Conference
Managing the Delta: The Governance Challenges of Adaptive Management
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a critically important public resource for California and the nation. Much of our state’s drinking water flows through the delta, and delta water irrigates millions of acres of California farmland. As the largest estuary on the West Coast, the delta ecosystem supports native fish and wildlife and offers many recreational opportunities. Because of these many often competing uses, effective management of the delta has been challenging, if not intractable. This conference convenes a group of expert panelists to describe the key features of the new Delta Plan and to discuss the governance challenges associated with implementing the plan.
Location: U.C. Berkeley Faculty Club; 2222 Piedmont Avenue, BerkeleyTime: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Cost: FREEProgram organizer: The Travers Program on Ethics and Accountability in Government, UC BerkeleyAlso know: Registration must be done through UC Berkeley.To register for the conference please click here. Or call 510-642-2263