Published on May 21, 2014
The USC Center for Sustainable Cities presents a forum on envisioning drought-resilient cities, sponsored by Southern California Edison. This event is a public presentation of architects, engineers, sustainability experts and USC professors to explore the transformation of cities to meet increasing water scarcity in the arid Southwest.
Jack Knott, Dean USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Hilda Blanco, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Maria Mehranian, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board and Cordoba Corp.
Guy Carpenter, Carollo Engineers
Mia Lehrer, Lehrer Architects
Andy Lipkis, Tree People
Travis Longcore, USC Dornsife
Hadley and Peter Arnold, Arid Lands Institute
Krista Sloniowski, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Nancy Steele, Council for Watershed Health
Dan Mazmanian, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy