excerpted from Water Underfoot
Recorded on August 2014

California's Future in the Face of Climate Change

Description 

No one is sure of exactly what is going to happen to the world in the face of climate change.  Three things are known about California, however. first, is that California used to have a history of decade-long droughts.  Second, is that despite levels of rain, California will have less snowpack.  Third, is that California is a state of extremes, and climate change is likely to make those extremes more extreme.

Speakers at this Event

Community & Rural Affairs Advisor, Office of Planning and Research, State of California

Chair, State Water Resources Control Board

Robert E. Paradise Professor of Natural Resources Law, Stanford University