April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Climate Action: Ensuring Arizona’s Long-Term Water Future
Is Arizona fully prepared for climate risks that will affect our long-term water supplies? Hear from Arizona’s water supply experts on the answers to this critically important question. Learn what it means for you, your business and Arizona’s water future.
Robert Anderson, Moderator
Anderson is Shareholder and Director in the Natural Resources Practice Group at Fennemore. He is one of the Southwest’s most recognized water attorneys, focusing primarily on water rights and water resource issues, as well as water quality, wetlands, and endangered species.
Cynthia Campbell, Panelist
Campbell is the Water Resources Management Advisor for the City of Phoenix. She manages the City’s water portfolio and advises the City Manager and Water Services Department on policy issues relating to long-range water planning and strategy. She is the City’s liaison with the State of Arizona, Central Arizona Project, Salt River Project and other organizations on water resource issues.
Patrick Dent, Panelist
Dent is CAP’s Director of Water Policy, overseeing Colorado River Programs, Resource Planning & Analysis, and the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District. His group is responsible for long-range planning, policy analysis, development and program implementation for the CAP service area, the Colorado River and the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District.
Bruce Hallin, Panelist
Hallin is the Director of Water Supply at SRP and has over 30 years of experience in the water and power industry. Serving on multiple water-related local and regional water resource committees, boards, and business groups, he has worked in the fields of water resource development and management, water resource planning, water rights, and forest health.
Jake Lenderking, Panelist
Lenderking is the Senior Vice President of Water Resources and Legislative Affairs at Global Water Resources and has more than 10 years of leadership experience in water resource management, water policy formation, and conservation program development and compliance. He also has experience with representing water utilities before the Arizona Corporation Commission, and with city and town councils on the formation of water policy, rates and regulation.
Timothy Thomure, Panelist
Thomure is the Director of Tucson Water and has 22 years of experience working in public utilities, private industry, and consulting. He leads the utility in developing the next generation of water leaders internally, while pushing the boundaries of holistic water management externally to achieve sustainability across the urban water cycle.
Presented by Global Water Resources