Environmental Justice Brown Bag Webinar
Reforms in Government

This five-part monthly series touches on themes of environmental justice that are relevant to issues in California and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. At the webinars, scholars and public service experts speak on the importance of environmental justice as it pertains to State water management, climate resilience, indigenous stewardship, and management of the Delta.

The second webinar will take place next Wednesday, October 20, at 12:00 PM with a presentation on environmental justice reforms in government by Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado Boulder Dr. Jill Lindsey Harrison. Attendance is free with registration.
The principles of environmental justice call for the fair treatment of all people regardless of race, culture, national origin, or income in the development, adoption, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.
A recording of the first brown bag seminar, Water Justice with State Water Resources Control Board Member Laurel Firestone and University of California, Los Angeles Postdoctoral Researcher Kristin Dobbin, is available on the Council's YouTube page.
The Delta Science Program hosts, or co-hosts, lunchtime brown bag seminars to disseminate information on management-relevant science among Delta scientists, decision-makers, stakeholders, and the public.

Delta Science Program
715 P Street, 15-300
Sacramento, CA 95814

Business Hours:
8:00 AM-
5:00 PM

(916) 445-5511