The California Valley Miwok Tribe (CVMT) received a flyer regarding the upcoming Climate Change Workshop hosted by the Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians.
Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians – Climate Change Workshop
April 30, 2015 – Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Robinson Rancheria Casino Resort, 1545 East Highway 20, Nice, California 95464
Presentation titles are as follows:
- Climate Change Forecasts and Adaptation for Economic Prosperity by Rebecca Crow, PE, GHD Project Manager and Steve McHaney, Senior Engineer, GHD
- Caltrans Pilot Climate Study by Jaime Hostler, Native American Liaison for Caltrans, Dist. 1
- California Landscape Conservation Cooperative Tribal Engagement, Michelle Selmon, California Division of Water Resources, Senior Environmental Scientist and Regional Climate Change Specialist
- Potential Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Adaptation for Tribal Communities, Emily Aljandrino, California Division of Water Resources, Climate Change Tribal Liaison
- The Connection Between Your Stuff and Climate Change by Shannon Davis, Scientist, USEPA Region 9
Tribal Green Building Codes by Shannon Davis, Scientist, USEPA Region 9
- GRID Alternatives: Clean Energy for Everyone by Maggie Graham and Justine Blanchet
- Casino Green: Energy Efficiency Retrofits by Carlos Sedano
- MLSTEP Climate Change Adaptations by Kagat McQuillen, Water Quality Specialist, Kashia Band of Pomo Indians
- Robinson Rancheria’s Steps Toward Climate Change Abatement – Solar Streetlights, Recycle Center, and Energy Efficiency Retrofits at Casino, Gym, and Homes on the Rancheria – Tour by Debbie McCubbin, Robinson Rancheria Environmental Coordinator
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Robinson Rancheria.
Please contact Mr. Mike Schaver by email at email@example.com to reserve your seat at the workshop or to reserve a hotel room at the Robinson Rancheria Casino Resort.