The Pacific Institute is a go-to resource for water-related information and analysis. Through interviews and presentations around the world, we help shape critical debates on water use and management.
Changes in Avian Diversity and Abundance at the Salton SeaMarch 18, 2022 | video
The Salton Sea is one of the most important places for birds in North America and is in danger of losing its ecological value. The lake is a globally significant Important Bird Area (IBA). For the past century, it has served as a major nesting, wintering, and stopover site for millions of birds of approximately 400 species. At this webinar, speakers discussed changes at the Salton Sea and how they are affecting the Pacific Flyway, as well as management efforts to protect and restore habitat at the lake.
Salton Sea Community ScienceMarch 1, 2022 | video
Salton Sea Community Science Webinar hosted by Michael Cohen.
Pacific Institute: An Urgent Call to Build Water ResilienceOctober 29, 2021 | video
The world is facing a global water crisis marked by growing competition for freshwater resources, rapidly deteriorating water quality, poor and declining ecosystem health, unprecedented biodiversity loss, and a failure to meet basic water and sanitation needs. This crisis is exacerbated by population growth, unsustainable consumption patterns, and, increasingly, climate change.
Pacific Institute: An Urgent Call to Build Water ResilienceOctober 17, 2021 | video
The concept of water resilience has emerged recently in response to growing recognition of a more variable and uncertain future. In this video, Pacific Institute President Jason Morrison calls for accelerated action towards global water resilience.
The Future of California’s Water Energy Climate NexusSeptember 29, 2021 | video
In this briefing, the Pacific Institute joined Next 10 to discuss California's water-energy-climate nexus. Pacific Institute Researcher Dr. Julia Szinai, Director of Research Heather Cooley, and President Emeritus Dr. Peter Gleick explored key findings of their report on this topic and implications for water, energy, and climate policy. The discussion was moderated by Colleen Kredell, Director of Research at Next 10.
Tools of the Trade: Benefit Accounting of Nature-Based Solutions (WWW 2021)September 20, 2021 | video
This session showcases innovative tools that can support the business case for NBS investments and allow companies to make informed decisions regarding water security, climate resilience (including greenhouse gas emissions reduction) and biodiversity conservation.
Formation of a Water Stewardship Acceleration Forum (WWW 2021)September 20, 2021 | video
The session kicks-off with an overview of the stewardship approach, its potential and examples of current initiatives as well as the existing stewardship landscape including relevant actors, gaps, and challenges.
Five Years On: WASH4Work Business Leadership & Setting the Next Agenda (WWW 2021)September 20, 2021 | video
This session features WASH4Work members sharing key learnings, including the business case for WASH as well as WASH best practices in operations, supply chains, and communities. This session also launches a discussion about the future-looking agenda of Climate Resilient WASH.
Water Action Hub 4.0: Accelerating Action, Building Partnerships (WWW 2021)September 20, 2021 | video
The Water Action Hub is a free global online collaboration and knowledge-sharing platform connecting more than 1,000 businesses, NGOs and others around the world to foster collective action.
The Private Sector–Water and Climate Resilience in Uncertain Times 1/3 Corporate Leadership (WWW 2021)September 20, 2021 | video
This seminar convenes business leaders with diverse stakeholders to consider leadership positions, advances in science and practice and robust solutions to build resilience to our wicked climate change problem. In this session, explore the importance of Corporate Leadership in building water stewardship.
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