September 9, 2016 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Water in the West scholars Newsha Ajami and Frank Wolak will join colleagues from Stanford's Graduate School of Business for a Water Data Summit on Sept. 9 at the GSB's Knight Management Center on campus. Organized by the California Data Collaborative with GSB Professor Wes Hartmann, the day-long event will feature interactive panels on how big water data integration is supporting water managers.
Stanford University’s Water in the West Program and The Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, in conjunction with the California State University Sacramento’s Center for Collaborative Policy are hosting a four-part Groundwater Data Workshop Series.
Stanford University’s Water in the West Program, the Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, in conjunction with California State University’s Center for Collaborative Policy hosted this workshop as part of the groundwater workshop series. This workshop this workshop focused on developing a comprehensive list of management actions that local agencies are likely to undertake during SGMA implementation and potential tools, approaches or technologies to support and communicate the decisions to...
Karen Bakker is a professor of geography, Canada Research Chair, and Director of the Program on Water Governance at the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability at the University of British Columbia.
Megan will outline important turning points in the evolution of Australian water rights (ever wonder what is really meant by ‘unbundled’ water rights? And should one size truly fit all?) She’ll also consider how far lessons learned and paths taken might be adaptable to the US West, inviting participants to explore how the US West might respond to challenges similar to those faced in Australia.