Clean Water 101: The fight for safe drinking water in California

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Clean Water 101: The fight for safe drinking water in California

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Wednesday, July 17– 12:00-1:15 pm Pacific

Presenters: Camille Pannu, UC Davis Aoki Water Justice Clinic & Phoebe Seaton, Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability

In 2012, California became the first state in the country to recognize a human right to water. Seven years later, low-income Californians in unincorporated communities and many others still do not have reliable access to safe and affordable drinking water. The laws and regulations that affect water can be confusing and complex but are critical to the health of our communities. Join us for an introduction to water law in California with an emphasis on the path to clean drinking water and the role of litigation in getting us there. 

This presentation is part of the Impact Fund’s Clean Water Project

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The laws and regulations that affect water can be confusing and complex but are critical to the health of our communities. Join us for an introduction to water law in California with an emphasis on the path to clean drinking water and the role of litigation in getting us there.