Water Infrastructure And Resource Allocation: Lessons From California

Water Infrastructure And Resource Allocation: Lessons From California

Oct 18, 2018

Presentation

Moderator,  American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 26th Fall Conference, San Diego, CA, October 18, 2018

Throughout the United States, water scarcity and management have become critical issues— nowhere more so than in California. California’s unique position as the leading supplier of agricultural products for the rest of the country and its continued population growth place tremendous demands on water in the West, requiring the construction and management of unprecedented water infrastructure projects. This panel, featuring perspectives from a range of key stakeholders, will examine the lessons that all states can learn from the policies governing, and disputes regarding, California water rights, water quality, and water resource infrastructure and management.

Meet The Team

Chris Frahm Shareholder T 619.702.6917 cfrahm@bhfs.com