Water Authority Hosts Tours for Climate Education Partners
The Water Authority recently hosted two tours at Olivenhain Dam and the Lake Hodges Pumped Storage Project in collaboration with the Climate Education Partners initiative.
Funded by The National Science Foundation, the Climate Education Partners is a partnership between the University of San Diego, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the San Diego Foundation and several other local educational institutions.
Tour participants learned how the Water Authority is managing for the potential impacts of climate change, including building more carryover storage, promoting water conservation, reducing our greenhouse gasses and long-term supply planning.
To learn more about how the Water Authority's planning efforts factor in potential climate change impacts, click here.
To learn more about the Water Authority's Climate Action Plan that is under development, click here.