March 17, 2017 by John Guenther

VIDEO: How California can be smarter in managing its water

What's next in water innovations that could help the state's regions manage water for a more sustainable future Read More »

California’s future is in our hands - not in Washington D.C.
January 24, 2017 by Johnnie Carlson

California’s future is in our hands - not in Washington D.C.

Planning and Conservation League strategy event to evaluate ways to protect CA's progress in environmental sustainability and social equity Read More »

Storms put dent in drought but not the need to restore California’s water balance
January 11, 2017 by John Guenther

Storms put dent in drought but not the need to restore California’s water balance

Recent rains have been good news for state's water reserves but op-ed argues for more sustainable water management Read More »

Summit: Strong supply of housing and water key to upward mobility in California
December 16, 2016 by Nadine Ono

Summit: Strong supply of housing and water key to upward mobility in California

Leaders at 2016 Summit also turned attention to addressing state's housing crisis and water management problems Read More »

The One Million More Acre-Feet Challenge: How the Summit aims to help restore California’s water balance
December 08, 2016 by Justin Ewers

The One Million More Acre-Feet Challenge: How the Summit aims to help restore California’s water balance

Action plan takes on California's water systems and management problems, made even worse by state's five-year-long drought Read More »

VIDEO: El Niño’s not enough—Storage is a vital part of California water game plan
March 10, 2016 by Ed Coghlan

VIDEO: El Niño’s not enough—Storage is a vital part of California water game plan

New California Assembly Speaker talks about how storage benefits many efforts to capture and conserve more water. Read More »

Summit shares ideas on ending sprawl, expanding water conservation with environmental leaders
March 09, 2016 by Justin Ewers

Summit shares ideas on ending sprawl, expanding water conservation with environmental leaders

Symposium highlighted need for allies beyond usual environmental groups in effort to craft land use and water plans for sustainable growth. Read More »

PCL meeting to tackle land use, water and CEQA
February 01, 2016 by Ed Coghlan

PCL meeting to tackle land use, water and CEQA

Water and the changing political dynamics of CEQA will be priority topics at the Planning and Conservation League's annual symposium. Read More »

California water supply increasing—but only a little
January 27, 2016 by Ed Coghlan

California water supply increasing—but only a little

El Niño is having an impact but a more concerted effort to conserve and manage water better will have a bigger long-term impact. Read More »

VIDEO: Rethinking how to manage California’s water for the next drought
December 22, 2015 by John Guenther

VIDEO: Rethinking how to manage California’s water for the next drought

Talking to water problem solvers on how to better manage every drop as the drought lingers and conflicts over expensive projects continue. Read More »

VIDEO: Will El Niño dilute concern over California’s drought?
December 04, 2015 by John Guenther

VIDEO: Will El Niño dilute concern over California’s drought?

A deluge of rain won't end the lengthy drought nor the need to manage our water better says the manager of a major SoCal watershed. Read More »

Summit generated ideas to better manage California’s long-term water issues
November 13, 2015 by Nadine Ono

Summit generated ideas to better manage California’s long-term water issues

Attendees put their heads together to create real actions to conserve, capture and reuse 1 million acre-feet of water every year. Read More »

The unique role the Summit can play getting California back to water sustainability
November 06, 2015 by Justin Ewers

The unique role the Summit can play getting California back to water sustainability

California needs to conserve, capture, and re-use an additional one million acre-feet of water every year over the next decade. Read More »

Employing nature to replenish California’s groundwater supplies
July 01, 2015 by Judy Corbett

Employing nature to replenish California’s groundwater supplies

California's long drought and increased groundwater pumping has put into focus the vital benefits of protecting recharge zones. Read More »

Poll: Californians say drought is top state problem, neighbors not doing enough
June 04, 2015 by John Guenther

Poll: Californians say drought is top state problem, neighbors not doing enough

New survey shows a record number say water supply in their region is a big problem Read More »

Three things to watch for as lawmakers implement California water bond
February 09, 2015 by Justin Ewers

Three things to watch for as lawmakers implement California water bond

Summit offers recommendations for smarter investment of water funds Read More »

Summit unveils five-year roadmap to shared prosperity for California
January 11, 2015 by By Paul Granillo and Eloy Oakley

Summit unveils five-year roadmap to shared prosperity for California

Plan proposes right next steps toward sustainable growth Read More »

Amplifying San Joaquin Valley voices essential to its future
December 02, 2014 by by Frank Gornick, Ph.D. & Stuart Van Horn, Ed.D.

Amplifying San Joaquin Valley voices essential to its future

College leaders share goals to transform region Read More »

Viewpoints: Proposition 1—Everyone Loves a Winner
November 05, 2014 by Kerri Timmer

Viewpoints: Proposition 1—Everyone Loves a Winner

What's next for Sierra region now that water bond has passed. Read More »

Drought pushes Central Valley farming and technology closer together
October 31, 2014 by Nadine Ono

Drought pushes Central Valley farming and technology closer together

Drought makes new water tech invaluable to agriculture here Read More »

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