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Safe and Reliable? The Future of California Water

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Citizen Hotel

926 J Street

Sacramento, CA

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California has emerged from a multi-year drought, but water quantity and quality issues continue to be a priority for state policy and decision makers. Several bills have been introduced in the current legislative session that would address clean drinking water for all Californians, with particular emphasis on improving access in disadvantaged communities. Gov. Gavin Newsom also has signaled the importance of access to safe drinking water for his administration, through efforts to update and move forward with some version of Waterfix and by proposing a new fund to pay for water infrastructure investments.

Please join a panel of Stanford scientists and water experts for a discussion on California water quality issues that will be informed by their latest research in focal areas such as arsenic and chromium contamination; impacts of extractive industries on water; and more.

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Questions? Mollie Field | Conference Services Manager | 650.721.4655 | mollie.field@stanford.edu

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