Water Talks: What Climate Change Will Mean for California Water

Join us on Tuesday for Water Deeply’s second live lunchtime chat. We’ll be talking to guests Juliet Christian-Smith and Max Gomberg about climate change and the future of California water.

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In this June 19, 2008 file photo a truck drives past Mt. Shasta, near Weed, Calif. The California Senate approved SB32, by Sen. Fran Pavley,D-Agoura, that sets a new goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016.Rich Pedroncelli, AP

On Tuesday, December 20, Water Deeply will hold its second Water Talk – a monthly lunchtime conversation on hot topics in California water.

Senior climate scientist Juliet Christian-Smith of the Union of Concerned Scientists and Max Gomberg, water conservation and climate change manager of the State Water Resources Control Board, will join Water Deeply’s managing editor Tara Lohan to talk about the challenges ahead for California water amid a changing climate.

The conversation will cover climate action in California, how climate change is impacting water resources in California and the current political (and ecological) state of climate change.

Tune in to News Deeply’s YouTube Channel on December 20 at 12:30 p.m. PST to watch the conversation live. Have a burning question or insightful comment you’d like us to share during the interview? Email or tweet to let us know.

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