Wednesday and Thursday, June 9-10, 2010
The University of Arizona's Student Union Memorial Center Ballroom
2010 conference information:
There is a critical need in Arizona for leaders—new and established—who have the ability and will to address pressing water and environmental issues. The WRRC Annual 2010 Conference brought together a diverse array of participants, ranging from scientists and policymakers to educators, writers and artists, to discuss this issue. In the morning, panelists shared their experiences with how they became leaders and how leadership can be nurtured and developed. During roundtable sessions and workshops, participants had the opportunity to begin crafting their vision for creating new water and environmental leadership for Arizona.
Where do we go from here?
This website presents brief synopses of the ideas expressed during the conference, and a place to continue the conversation. The links below will lead you to collaborative documents crafted during the conference.
Roundtable Sessions: A list of strategies, recommendations and best practices for creating effective water and environmental leadership in Arizona
Examples of Environmental Leadership: A list of people and organizations identified as taking effective action in some aspect of water and environmental leadership
Workshop Vision Documents
- Workshop 1: Identifying Key Issues in Statewide Water Planning
- Workshop 2: Creating an Arizona Environmental Leadership Institute
- Workshop 3: Creating an Information Clearinghouse and Communications Network
- Workshop 4: Fostering Environmental Leadership in K-12 Students