Panel Discussion | October 25 | 7-8:15 p.m. | 2060 Valley Life Sciences Building
David Ackerly, Dean, College of Natural Resources
In todays world of rapidly warming temperatures and rising seas, Californias land stewards are working hard to protect the states renowned biodiversity, unique ecosystems, and natural landscapes. Applying the best available science, land practices, and environmental technologies new and old is more important than ever. Achieving these goals in an atmosphere of shifting political winds and environmental conditions requires both thoughtful cooperation and establishing networks of new partners to share information, resources, and talent. Three leading Bay Area scientists discuss their hopes for how science-based land stewardship can ensure a vibrant California for the decades ahead.
Refreshments, beer and wine at pre-talk reception