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Category Archives: Climate Change

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Climate change influencing development restrictions

                          This article was written by Beth Collins, Kimberly Leefatt and Christopher Guillen and originally published by the Pacific Coast Business Times, Vol. 20 No. 5 on April 18, 2019. Coastal property owners beware — local jurisdictions are adding regulations to address the effects of sea … Continue Reading »

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Women are Leaders in California’s Water Industry

This article was originally published in the Nov. 9 issue of Pacific Coast Business Times. On Nov. 1-2, we convened the second California H2O Women Conference — a meeting of 150 of California’s top women in the water industry at the Ritz-Carlton Bacara. The women-only conference brought together leading professionals representing all sectors of the … Continue Reading »

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Anticipating Top Water Leaders at the 2018 California H2O Women Conference

We are a few weeks away from the 2018 California H2O Women Conference and honored to be showcasing so many leading women professionals, their work and their contributions to advance the water industry. We are also especially honored that Brenda Burman, the first woman to head the Bureau of Reclamation, is our keynote speaker. Commissioner … Continue Reading »

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California’s Moon Shot—Carbon Neutral by 2045

“. . . we’re launching our own damn satellite.” [1] By now you may have heard that Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed The 100 Percent Clean Energy Act of 2018 (SB 100) into law and issued Executive Order B-55-18 to Achieve Carbon Neutrality (“Executive Order”). Taken together, both SB 100 and the Executive Order set California—the world’s … Continue Reading »

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UPDATE – Five Things to Know About the State Water Resources Control Board’s Draft Climate Change Resolution

Author: Christopher Guillen Editor: Bradley Herrema Editor: Amy Steinfeld UPDATE On March 7, 2017, the State Board adopted a revised version of the draft climate change resolution.  While substantially similar to the draft, the final resolution further emphasizes the State Board’s commitment to addressing climate change.  For example, the final resolution adds a clause noting … Continue Reading »

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Women Water Leaders from Around the State Gather in Santa Barbara to Discuss California’s Pressing Water Supply Issues

                        Authors: Stephanie Hastings and Amy Steinfeld On Jan. 27, 2017, Santa Barbara-based water attorneys Stephanie Hastings and Amy Steinfeld with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP convened a historic meeting of nearly 100 of California’s top women in the water industry. This first-ever “California … Continue Reading »

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Five Things to Know About the State Water Resources Control Board’s Draft Climate Change Resolution

                  Author: Christopher Guillen Editors: Amy Steinfeld and Bradley Herrema News of the damaged spillways at Oroville Dam and corresponding evacuations seemed to coincide perfectly with the State Water Resources Control Board’s (“State Board”) announcement of its draft resolution on climate change. While California was busy avoiding a catastrophic flood, … Continue Reading »

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