“WATER IN ARIZONA: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE”

Venue:

“WATER IN ARIZONA: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE”

Phoenix,  

Time:

From  2018-12-07 14:30:00  to  2018-12-07 19:30:00
Event Description
                                      Issues & Answers Forum                      “Water In Arizona: Past, Present and Future”                     Please Join Us for a Complimentary Forum on Arizona’s Precious Resource Friday, December 7, 2018 | 7:30 AM – 12:30 PM 7:30am-8:00am | Continental Breakfast, Registration and Mingling Overview and Panels | Steele Auditorium 8:15am-9:15am | Overview of Water in Arizona | Presentation: Grady Gammage, Jr. 9:15am-10:00am | Panel #1 - Drought and Other Challenges: How is Arizona Going to Meet Future Water Demand: “Shortage is the New Normal” Moderator: Sharon Megdal, Director, U of A Water Resources Research Center Panelists: Tom Buschatzke, Director, Arizona Dept. of Water Resources Ted Cooke, Director, Central Arizona Project Dave Roberts, Associate General Manager, Water Resources, SRP Kevin Moran, Environmental Defense Fund 10:15am-11:15am | Panel #2 - Groundwater Management Act Moderator: Sarah Porter, Director, Kyl Center for Water Policy at ASU Presentation of Documentary: Groundwater: To Enact a Law for the Common Good Panelists: Kathy Ferris, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy Representative Russell “Rusty” Bowers, R-District 25 Mesa | Chairman, Energy, Environment and Natural Resources BREAK 11:30am-12:15pm | Panel #3 - Meeting the Needs of a Growing Economy and Growing Population Moderator: Glenn Hamer, President and CEO, Arizona Chamber of Commerce Panelists: Spencer Kamps, Vice President of Legislative Affairs, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona Tim Thomure, Director, Tucson Water State Senator Lisa Otondo, D-District 4 Yuma | Member, Natural Resources, Energy & Water Governor Stephen Roe Lewis, Gila River Community (invited)                                                                          With Appreciation                                             Central Arizona Project