Upcoming American Rivers/National Hydropower Association Workshop: Climate Change and Hydropower Management

We are working with the National Hydropower Association to hold a workshop on Thursday, January 28th, 2010 at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC.  This workshop, Climate Change and Hydropower Management: Is Existing Science Useful Yet?, will be an important opportunity to discuss hydropower and climate change with members of the hydropower industry and the conservation community.

Join top climate scientists, FERC, resource agencies, industry representatives, and conservation groups to learn more about and discuss climate change science and related issues.  Session topics include:

  • An Overview of Science and Regional Impacts
  • Models and Approaches
  • Using Climate Projections in Decision-Making, and Dealing with Uncertainty
  • Climate Change Science and Hydropower Management: Starting the Dialogue

Learn more about this event by reading the workshop announcement and the agenda. To reserve your spot or to learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please email Kathryn Steele.