Sarah Diringer of the Pacific Institute to Present at CASQA Annual Conference

On Monday October 15th, Pacific Institute Senior Researcher Sarah Diringer will co-present with Nicole Beck from 2NDNATURE on “Communicating the Benefits of Stormwater Capture Projects” at the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) Annual Conference in Riverside, California.

The volume of stormwater that can be captured in urban landscapes can significantly increase local water supplies. In addition, many stormwater capture projects provide additional benefits, including water quality improvements, reduced energy costs, and urban greenspace. Especially when you take the value of the co-benefits into account, these projects are among the most cost-effective options for new water supply. The presentation will focus on how to evaluate and communicate co-benefits to potential collaborators and to the public to help advance stormwater capture projects.

Learn more about this event here.