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Eric Larson

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Eric Larson

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Farm Bureau, San Diego County

Eric Larson is the Executive Director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau since January 1997.  Eric began working in San Diego County's agricultural industry in 1971.  Prior to joining Farm Bureau he worked as the GM of an agricultural marketing cooperative and in nursery production.  His professional activities have included two years as president of the San Diego County Flower and Plant Association.  He currently serves as a director of the Southern California Water Committee.  In addition to his work in agriculture, he served two terms as a member of the Carlsbad City Council and is a p ... Read more about Eric Larson

Ken Weinberg

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Ken Weinberg

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Director of Water Resources - San Diego County Water Authority

Ken Weinberg directs the San Diego County Water Authority's long-term water supply and facilities planning and  water resources management, including the development of regional local supply projects such as seawater desalination. The Water Resources Department is responsible for implementing the Water Authority's Water Shortage and Drought Management Plan. The department also ensures the Water Authority's projects comply with environmental regulations and assists the agency's 24 member agencies in planning and implementing local water resources projects. ... Read more about Ken Weinberg

Vincent Mudd

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Vincent Mudd

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Committe Chair - San Diego 2024 Exploratory Committee

Mudd is Principal and Chief Operating Officer at Carrier Johnson + Culture, long known as one of San Diego's preeminent architectural, urban design, interior design and brand strategy communications firms. Mudd is also a licensed general contractor. Mudd is Chairman of San Diego's 2024 Exploratory Committee - the organization responsible for studying the feasibility of hosting the 2024 Summer and Paralympics Olympic Games in San Diego.  The Committee will submit a final proposal the be selected as America's host city to the United States Olympic Committee in November. ... Read more about Vincent Mudd

Cary Lowe

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Cary Lowe

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Attorney & Mediator – Law Office of Cary Lowe

Cary D. Lowe co-chaired the Water Policy Implementation Task Force and is a California land use lawyer with 35 years of experience representing property owners, land developers, builders, public agencies, Indian tribes, citizen groups and non-profit organizations, in connection with a broad range of land use and environmental issues. In addition to being an attorney, Mr. Lowe holds a Ph.D. in urban planning and has been admitted to the American Institute of Certified Planners. ... Read more about Cary Lowe

Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

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Cameron Bernhardt

For the past decade, the concept of “sustainability” has dominated climate change conversation around the world. Sustainable development, which aims to meet present needs without sacrificing future well-being, has been an appropriate focus toward the threats that climate change and natural resource depletion pose to our society. However, sustainability is not strong enough, or resilient enough, to stand alone. Global climate change is no longer an event to anticipate and plan for; it is a reality that challenges us today. ... Read more about Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

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Cameron Bernhardt, Erin Johnson, Byron To, Vincent Tong

A PDF of the presentation on "Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities," created and presented by Cameron Bernhardt, Erin Johnson, Byron To, and Vincent Tong for the Global Energy Network Institute (GENI). ... Read more about Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

Qualcomm, CH2M HILL and The City of Cincinnati Collaborate on Integrated Water Communications Solutions, A Step in Delivering Smart Cities

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http://www.qualcomm.com/media/releases/2014/06/11/qualcomm-ch2m-hill-and-city-cincinnati-collaborate-integrated-water
"The City of Cincinnati Selects CH2M HILL Water Technology Innovation Project to Design and Implement Water Connectivity Solutions Utilizing Qualcomm’s M2M Cellular Technology"

There is a possibility of securing San Diego's water resources' drought-resilience utilizing Qualcomm's new M2M (machine to machine) techonology. ... Read more about Qualcomm, CH2M HILL and The City of Cincinnati Collaborate on Integrated Water Communications Solutions, A Step in Delivering Smart Cities

Water in San Diego - Climate Education Partners

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The importance of water in San Diego, and how climate will affect water supplies. ... Read more about Water in San Diego - Climate Education Partners

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