Rain today, gone tomorrow? Droughts in California are expected
to occur three out of every 10 years. And what happens in California does
not stay in California. Without proper planning and investment in water
infrastructure and policy, California's $1.9 trillion economy can come to
a stand still, having devastating ripple effects on U.S. and global markets.
Join us for the 8th Annual Orange County Water Summit to set
imagination, innovation and investment into motion to keep water flowing.
May 15, 2015
7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Grand Californian Hotel,
at the Disneyland Resort,
NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION
Janice Stillman, Editor, The Old Farmer's Almanac (Confirmed)
Roger Patterson, Assistant General Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
WHAT HAPPENS IN CA DOESN'T STAY IN CA: STATE, NATIONAL
AND GLOBAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CA'S DROUGHT
Moderator: Rosario Marin, Former U.S. Secretary Treasurer (Invited)
John Chandler, Chandler Farms (Confirmed)
Paul Parreira, RPAC (Confirmed)
OCEAN DESALINATION: MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION?
Moderator: Tom Pankratz, Editor, Water Desalination Report, Global Water Intelligence (Confirmed)
Other Speakers TBD
THE CITY OF THE FUTURE
Representative, Masdar, a Mubadala Company (Invited)
ALL EYES ON THESE CITIES
City of Los Angeles Speaker TBD
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer, City of San Diego (Invited)
Mayor Robert Silva, City of Mendota (Invited)
(*TICKET PRICE WILL INCREASE TO $140 BEGINNING MAY 4, 2015)
Ticket includes continental breakfast, lunch, self-parking and Summit materials.
To learn more, please contact:
Eleanor Torres (714) 378-3268 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Darcy Burke (714) 593-5014 – email@example.com
Gina Ayala (714) 378-3323 – firstname.lastname@example.org (Media Inquiries)