“River’s End” Virtual Movie Screening and Panel Event
July 8, 2021 @ 7:30 pm CDT
“River’s End” synopsis: DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR WATER COMES FROM? River’s End reveals California’s complex struggle over who gets fresh water, and how moneyed interests game the system. Constant battling over uncertain water supplies heralds an impending crisis—not just in California, but around the world! View the film’s trailer.
Join the North County Climate Change Alliance’s Virtual Movie Night “River’s End” 3 day screening (July 6-8) and Panelist Q & A discussion (July 8, 5:30 PM PT) featuring special guests: Alex Hall, PhD – Director, Center for Climate Science, UCLA, Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson, PhD, Vallecitos Water Board, Felicia Marcus, JD, Water of the West, Stanford, Rosalind Haselbeck, PhD, CatchingH2O/H2HOME.
Please register in advance for this Zoom meeting.
There is no charge for this online event but you must register in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
You will also receive an email with instructions on how to view the film.
We are pleased to announce that Alex Hall, PhD will be joining the panel discussion! Alex Hall is a professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and Director of the UCLA Center for Climate Science. His research is aimed at predicting and understanding climate change impacts at scales relevant to decision-makers, especially in the State of California. Alex and his team are currently studying the future of wildfire in California and are working with water management agencies in Southern California to ensure sustainability of water resources under climate change.
Alex was a Lead Author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 5th Assessment Report’s chapter on regional climate change and a Contributing Author to its chapter on climate model evaluation.
He will be kicking off the event with a 15 minute slide deck on “The Impact of Climate Change on California’s Water Resources.”