About California Climate Change Symposium 2017

California Climate Change Symposium 2017 is the premier forum for the sharing of cutting-edge research addressing the impacts of climate change on the state. This research informs the state’s strategies and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to develop programs to safeguard California from a changing climate. California Climate Change Symposium 2017 is convened by California Natural Resources Agency, California Environmental Protection Agency, and the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research.

The 2017 symposium will feature preliminary reports from California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment, a status report on the state’s Climate Change Research Plan, as well as presentations on emerging research.

Speakers and Participants at the 2017 Symposium

Governor Jerry Brown (invited)
Mary Nichols, Chairman, California Air Resources Board (invited)
John Laird, Secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency
Matt Rodriquez, Secretary for California Environmental Protection

Sponsors

The California Climate Change Symposium is the premier forum for cutting-edge research addressing the impacts of climate change on the state.

This research informs the state’s strategies and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to develop programs to safeguard California from a changing climate. The California Climate Change Symposium is convened by the California Natural Resources Agency, the California Environmental Protection Agency, and the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research.

To become a sponsor of the Symposium, see below for tiers, pricing and shared benefits.


Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!

Champion

Catalyst

Advocate

Supporter

Proponent


Thank you to our 2017 Endorsing organizations!


Scholarships

Community Scholarships generously supported by Resources Legacy Fund