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Government,
Environmental & Energy

Aug. 18, 2020

The Water Resilience Portfolio: An ambitious blueprint for California water in the face of climate change

Governor Gavin Newsom recently released the final version of his Water Resilience Portfolio, which identifies 142 state actions to be taken in order to ensure California’s long-term water resilience and ecosystem health.

Willis Hon

Associate, Nossaman LLP

Phone: 415-398-3600

Email: whon@nossaman.com

Willis is an associate in the firm's Water Practice Group. He represents clients before the California Public Utilities Commission and advises clients on a range of matters, including utility regulation, inverse condemnation, public entity governance, and environmental law.

Tara Paul

Associate, Nossaman LLP

Email: tpaul@nossaman.com

Tara's practice is focused on water industry issues, and her experience includes representing clients in complex water rights litigation and groundwater contamination disputes.

Governor Gavin Newsom recently released the final version of his Water Resilience Portfolio, which identifies 142 state actions to be taken in order to ensure California’s long-term water resilience and ecosystem health. The Water Resilience Portfolio is meant to serve as the Newsom administration’s blueprint for helping the state adapt to the impacts of climate change on water, including more extreme droughts and floods, rising temperatures, declining fish population...

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