SFT Drought Forum Coming October 6
What is the impact of the worst drought in 1300 years on the San Francisco Bay environment and residents of the city? Are we – San Franciscans, our governments, and our water agencies – doing enough to prepare for and deal with drought, especially given the realities of climate change?
Come hear and question a panel of experts on these and other question related to the current drought.
When: Tuesday, October 6, 7-9 PM
Where: Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, 953 DeHaro Street (transit: take 19-Polk to Southern Heights; 1 block east to event)
Who: Panelists include state as well as local experts on drought, climate change, and the Bay, including
- Adam Scow, California Director, Food and Water Watch
- Jennifer Clary, Water Program Manager, Clean Water Action
- Barry Nelson, BCDC Commissioner, Principal, Western Water Strategies