Bay Planning Coalition leads by bringing key players together to develop solutions that keep bay projects moving and working to produce more jobs. Our events are an integral part of our mission of working through a broad coalition to advocate for sustainable commerce, industry, infrastructure, recreation and the natural environment connected to the San Francisco Bay and its watershed.
BPC’s Workshop Series 2014, “The Bay Forward” will include at least three workshops held to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on timely and important Regional topics that require conversation, collaboration, problem-solving and action.
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The Bay Forward: BPC’s 2014 Workshop Series Lineup:
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Ocean Planning is vitally important to protecting the health of our oceans and the viability of industries that depend on ocean resources. It can also mean increased restrictions and regulations, with potential impacts on maritime trade and the wider economy. This workshop will examine the planning currently taking place, and develop awareness of possible impacts to maritime trade, what we need to do to protect the maritime industry, and how the maritime industry can contribute to the ocean planning process.
The Energy and Water Nexus Summit 3
Friday, September 5, 2014
PG&E Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
Now in its third year, the BPC Energy and Water Nexus Summit is an annual gathering focused on the latest challenges and developments facing the Bay Area and Northern California region. At the front of everyone’s mind this year: The Drought. Join us to discuss innovations, solutions, strategies and issues related to energy and water- the two keys to thriving business and quality of life in our region!
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Workshop: Dredging and Restoration Efforts in the San Francisco Bay and its Watershed
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
For over 30 years, Bay Planning Coalition has been working to ensure that the channels and harbors of our region are able to be dredged to adequate navigation depths. Join us for an update on current dredging projects, an examination of legislative actions that may affect dredging and disposal, and the latest developments in the region-wide effort to increase beneficial reuse.
Thank You to our 2014 Workshop Series Sponsors: