13th Annual California Water Law Symposium:
UNDERSTANDING WHAT'S AT STAKE FOR THE REGION'S FUTURE
January 21, 2017
The California Bay-Delta—made up of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Rivers Delta and San Francisco Bay—has, for the past 150 years, been inundated with man-made alterations causing a steep decline in the region’s health. To date, certain species' populations have dropped to the lowest numbers on record and natural flows have been diverted, leading to a decline in water quality and availability to communities and farms across California.
Local, state, and federal policymakers have been struggling to address the Delta’s woes for decades. This year’s California Water Law Symposium will focus on the current state of the region, the litigation and initiatives presently underway, and proposals for the Delta's future.
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN THE DELTA
DELTA AND THE DROUGHT
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AND THE DELTA
THE FUTURE OF DELTA MANAGEMENT
University of San Francisco, School of Law
McLaren Conference Center
2130 Fulton st.
San Francisco, CA