Annual WELL Conferences
- 2021 Conference, Virtual
- 2020 Conference, Virtual
- 2019 Conference, Long Beach
- 2018 Conference, Sacramento
- 2017 Conference, San Diego
- 2016 Conference, San Jose
- 2015 Conference, Palm Springs
- 2014 Conference, Sacramento
- 2013 Conference, Los Angeles
The WELL 2021 Virtual Conference on May 27th aims to bring the link between water and the economy into the spotlight. While the world remains focused on the ongoing pandemic and subsequent economic challenges, WELL will highlight how water plays a pivotal role in the state’s economic recovery. This all-encompassing conference will leave people walking away with this key takeaway: Water is a gift, and if cared for properly, it can play an important role in the state’s most pressing economic and social problems.
1. Investing in the Water Sector to Boost the Economy During and After COVID
2. Human Right to Water Challenges in Urban and Rural California
3. Affordable Water for a More Resilient California
Register here to participate in this urgent and informative conference.
While it is our priority to make our educational content free and accessible to all, WELL is funded in part by your generous donations. Please consider supporting this WELL Virtual Conference by making a donation upon registering. Our suggested donation is $50, but we will gratefully accept anything you are able to give. Every dollar counts, and we appreciate your support!
WELL convened its state-wide educational water conference for local elected officials virtually on November 13, 2020. The WELL Virtual Conference provided elected officials with a better understanding of important water issues in order to maximize the positive impact they have in their communities.
Watch the conference recordings here:
9:45AM | Conference Launch
10:00AM | Morning Reception
10:30AM | Panel 1: Preparing Our Water Infrastructure for the Next 100 Years
11:20AM | Panel 2: Smart Growth in the Face of Water Stress 2020
12:05PM | Networking & Lunch Break
12:40PM | Panel 3: The Politics and Policies of Groundwater
1:20PM | Closing Remarks
1:30PM | Option Social (Half) Hour
2:00PM | Adjourn
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