- Danielle Coats, Senior Legislative Program Manager, Eastern Municipal Water District
- Anatole Falagan, Assistant General Manager, Long Beach Water Department
- Kurt Schwabe, Professor, UC Riverside
- Mayor Acquanetta Warren, City of Fontana
Approaching this topic asks that we recognize the history of oppression that has resulted in disparities for some communities. We wholeheartedly support and appreciate efforts such as California’s declaration of a Human Right to Water which aims to restore this basic human need. At the same time, we understand the limitations that the state and local agencies may face in addressing these entrenched and complex issues. Yet we know that our coalition is a powerful network of organizations and individuals willing to work to create positive systemic change. We believe that SCWC has a role in this work and that that work can only be done by engaging diverse perspectives and continuing to examine and improve our efforts to be inclusive, act equitably and continue to educate and inform Southern Californians about our water needs and the state’s water resources.
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- County of San Bernardino
- Inland Empire Utilities Agency
- Irvine Ranch Water District
- Los Angeles County Public Works
- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
- Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
- Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
- Water Replenishment District of Southern California
- West Basin Municipal Water District