Sunnyvale lecture to examine state’s water resiliency

Water, and access to it, is a critical element of California’s success and the health of our state’s residents. While conversations about water supply resilience have dropped off since the drought, another prolonged dry spell is possible at any time.

One of California’s former water leaders will be in Sunnyvale on Wednesday to discuss this reality and to examine how the state can rise to the ongoing resiliency challenges.

Felicia Marcus, who served as Chair of the California State Water Resources Control Board from 2013 to 2019, will speak at the event, set for Wednesday, January 29, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Her remarks will focus on California’s challenging water future, how it is and can be addressed, and what role climate change will play in the efforts.

The City of Sunnyvale and the Sunnyvale Sustainability Commission are sponsoring the lecture.

Sunnyvale’s Council Chambers, 456 West Olive Ave., will hold the event.

For more information on this water-focused gathering, click here.

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