The Southern California Water Coalition announces its new “What Matters” webinar series, designed to provide online exchanges of best practices as water and power utilities, nonprofits, businesses and others grapple with changes to the way we live, work and deliver services.
A 2020 Climate Resilience Bond for the November 2020 ballot should include funds for recycled water, land subsidence, implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and more.
During the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, water and energy utilities do what they do best: protect public health and safety. Their actions, and those from many of our coalition members across sectors, are a bright spot in a solemn time.
Momentum continues on this important project aimed at improving California’s water supply reliability. The proposed Delta Conveyance project will upgrade, improve, and modernize the State Water Project’s water delivery system through Northern California’s Delta region.
California uses more groundwater than any other state in the nation. About 85 percent of Californians depend on groundwater for a part of their water needs.
Upgrading, improving and modernizing the State Water Project’s water delivery system through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is vital.
SCWC’s 2019 Annual Report documents an important year for California water, as first steps were made toward water supply reliability and infrastructure modernization.
The 2019 Annual Report documents a big year in California water, in which we gained momentum toward a resilient and reliable water supply even as we faced water challenges from aging and vulnerable infrastructure to groundwater depletion to climate change.
Southern California Water Coalition comments on the Notice of Preparation of the Environmental Impact Report for Delta Conveyance published by the State of California. The Delta Conveyance project is essential to modernize the state’s water infrastructure.