California’s Water Supply Strategy outlines actions needed now to invest in new sources, transform water management. Without action, state officials believe extreme weather could diminish California’s water supply by up to 10% by 2040.
Learn how experts are rethinking our approach to landscape and building design at our July luncheon in Long Beach.
You know when Northern and Southern Californians agree vehemently on one thing, it’s time to pay attention. And that one thing is: Now is the time to invest boldly in water infrastructure.
SCWC has joined with 11 other organizations to call for more funding for projects to increase local and regional water supply development and more.
Here are ten examples of songs that perfectly capture the complex and nuanced issue of California water.
Hear from ten accomplished women in water about their career advice, things they wish they knew when they were starting out, and more.
Hear how business and agriculture are saving water during California’s drought at our event at Wilson Creek Winery.
SCWC celebrates all Black leaders whose dedication, vision, and initiative have influenced California’s future water resiliency.
Read our new white paper, “Public Health Goal Science Policy,” that identifies new and better ways for the state to use data and science in the development of state drinking water standards.