[cmsms_row data_padding_bottom=”50″ data_padding_top=”0″ data_overlay_opacity=”50″ data_color_overlay=”#000000″ data_bg_parallax_ratio=”0.5″ data_bg_size=”cover” data_bg_attachment=”scroll” data_bg_repeat=”no-repeat” data_bg_position=”top center” data_bg_color=”#ffffff” data_color=”default” data_padding_right=”3″ data_padding_left=”3″ data_width=”boxed”][cmsms_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsms_slider slider_plugin=”layer” slider_layer=”27″][/cmsms_column][/cmsms_row][cmsms_row data_width=”boxed” data_padding_left=”3″ data_padding_right=”3″ data_color=”default” data_bg_color=”#ffffff” data_bg_position=”top center” data_bg_repeat=”no-repeat” data_bg_attachment=”scroll” data_bg_size=”cover” data_bg_parallax_ratio=”0.5″ data_color_overlay=”#000000″ data_overlay_opacity=”50″ data_padding_top=”0″ data_padding_bottom=”50″][cmsms_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsms_tabs mode=”tab” active=”1″ animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_tab title=”Speakers”] [cmsms_slider slider_plugin=”layer” slider_layer=”26″][/cmsms_tab][cmsms_tab title=”quotes”][cmsms_slider slider_plugin=”layer” slider_layer=”24″][/cmsms_tab][cmsms_tab title=”Agenda” custom_colors=”true” bg_color=”#1868b7″][cmsms_table caption=”Agenda” animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_tr type=”header”][cmsms_td type=”header”]Time[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td type=”header”]Agenda[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]11:00am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Registration Opens[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]11:15am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Lunch Buffet opens[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]11:45am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Welcome Address
Jennifer Thompson – Executive Director, Sustainable Silicon Valley
Cindy Clark – Chief Development Officer, Sustainable Silicon Valley
[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]11:55am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Water Sustainability in San Jose
Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]12:20pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Collaboration Amongst State, Local, and Business Interests
Frances Spivy-Weber, State Water Resources Control Board[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]12:45pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Framework for Distributed Reuse Standards
Paula Kehoe, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]1:15pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Panel 1: Ordinance for New Development Water Efficiency
Tony Eulo, City of Morgan Hill
Barbara Keegan, Santa Clara Valley Water District
Clark Brockman, SERA Architects
Moderator: Kirsten James, Ceres[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]2:00pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Two-minute Pitches[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]2:10pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Break and Networking[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]2:30pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Panel 2: Innovative Financing
Newsha Ajami, Water in the West, Stanford University
Nicole Neeman Brady, Edison Water Resources
Peter Haase, Acqualogic
Moderator: Tom Ferguson, Imagine H20[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]3:15pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]10 Ways to Advance Water Sustainability
Laura Tam, SPUR[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]3:40pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Table Conversations[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]4:30pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]The Wisdom Behind SB814: The Water Guzzlers’ Bill, and Other Actions
Senator Jerry Hill, California State Senate[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]5:00pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Reuse: Key to Our Water Portfolio with the Bay Area Leading the Way
Debbie Franco, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research
[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]5:20pm[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Wrap-Up
Jennifer Thompson – Executive Director, Sustainable Silicon Valley
Cindy Clark – Chief Development Officer, Sustainable Silicon Valley
[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]5:30am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Beer, Wine and Networking[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]6:30am[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Event Ends[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][/cmsms_table][/cmsms_tab]
[cmsms_tab title=”Table topics” custom_colors=”true” bg_color=”#1868b7″][cmsms_table caption=”Agenda” animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_tr type=”header”][cmsms_td type=”header”]Table topics[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td type=”header”]Experts and sponsors[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]1. Cities: Is a water efficiency ordinance right for your city?[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Clark Brockman, SERA Designs
Ecovie Environmental[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]2. Cities: Diving into the details for a water efficiency ordinance[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Bob Hitchner, Nexus eWater
Nexus eWater[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]3. What does Sacramento need to know about reuse?[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Debbie Franco, Governor’s OPR[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]4. Water Offsets: The Alliance for Water Efficiency framework for encouraging growth within existing water supplies[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Mary Ann Dickinson,Water Alliance
Z Nano[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]5. Innovations in water efficiency–source separating toilets and other cutting edge technologies[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Kara Nelson, UC Berkeley[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]6. Local data projects: tracking use/reuse for water and land use agencies[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Newsha Ajami, Water in the West at Stanford
San Jose Water[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]7. Water– A Critical Component to Risk, Business Resiliency and Supply Chain Reliability [/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Nicole Neeman Brady,Edison Water
Natural Systems Utilities[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]8. Keeping water affordable–providing clean water for everyone[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Heather Cooley, Pacific Institute[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]9. How Quickly can DPR be part of our local water portfolio and how big of role can it play?[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Santa Clara Valley Water District
Purple Pipe [/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]10. Opportunities for Stormwater capture, storage and reuse[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Kirsten James, Ceres andJenna Browning, ARUP
[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]11. District Scale (tech and academic campuses): innovative water efficiency solutions[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Josiah Cain, Sherwood Designs
Watts Water[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]12. Innovative financing for small to mid-sized projects[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Peter Haase, Acqualogic/Fall Creek
Water City[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]13. Climate Change + water resilience[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Laura Tam, SPUR[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][cmsms_tr][cmsms_td]14. Resource recovery–the future of waste water treatment[/cmsms_td][cmsms_td]Sebastien Tilmans, Codiga at Stanford[/cmsms_td][/cmsms_tr][/cmsms_table][/cmsms_tab][cmsms_tab title=”Sponsors” custom_colors=”true” bg_color=”#1868b7″]

Emefcy Orenco Santa Clara Valley Water Google
Aquacell Ecovie Natural Systems Utilities Purple Pecie
Nexus eWater San Jose Water Company WaterCity Watts Water Technologies Inc.
zNano Water Filtration Systems

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