11sep6:00 pm8:00 pmWater Leading the Way to California’s GHG Reduction Goals6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center Event Organized By: The Climate Registry Event Type:WaterAudience:Invite Only
In California, water is intrinsically tied to climate change, not only because of the impact that climate change will have on water supplies, but also as a result of how
In California, water is intrinsically tied to climate change, not only because of the impact that climate change will have on water supplies, but also as a result of how water is transported, treated and consumed. This relationship makes the water sector a key actor in California’s greenhouse gas reduction goals.
The Climate Registry is leading a new effort to standardize methods for calculating the greenhouse gas impact of water consumption with the development of a California Water-Energy Nexus Registry. Once armed with this information, water agencies, local governments, and large-water consumers will have new tools to identify greenhouse gas mitigation opportunities and ensure that the decisions they are making support the transition to a low carbon economy.
This networking event provide an opportunity to learn more about this project as well as how California’s water agencies are already taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to the State’s energy and greenhouse gas reduction goals.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
826 Valencia Tenderloin Center
180 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
The Climate Registryinfo@theclimateregistry.org PO Box 811488, Los Angeles, CA 90081