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July 01, 2015 1:20 AM ET

Company Overview of Public Policy Institute Of California

Company Overview

, CA 

United States

Founded in 1994

Key Executives for Public Policy Institute Of California

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Public Policy Institute Of California Key Developments

Public Policy Institute Of California Establishes Water Policy Center

Public Policy Institute Of California announced the establishment of a water policy center to help meet the state's urgent need for timely information and innovative water management solutions. The center's creation comes at a time when the drought has spurred significant policy activity-from passage of a water bond to enactment of groundwater legislation. But the state needs to do more to meet the big challenges ahead-a growing population, changing climate, aging infrastructure, and deteriorating environment. The PPIC Water Policy Center will strengthen the bridge between objective, rigorous research and real-world policy debates with the goal of putting water management on a sustainable path. It will focus on three critical, interrelated water management challenges facing California in the 21st century: Ensuring clean and reliable water supplies. Investigating and encouraging comprehensive, integrated approaches to water quality and quantity. Building healthy and resilient ecosystems. Promoting the development of healthy and sustainable ecosystems using practical approaches to watershed management. Preparing for droughts and floods. Helping California adapt to an increasingly variable climate. In conjunction with the launch of the PPIC Water Policy Center, PPIC released California's Water, a set of nine short policy briefs on the state's most critical water management challenges and the actions needed to address them. This briefing kit is designed to inform state leaders and to raise awareness more broadly about the important water management issues facing the state. In addition to PPIC experts, the center includes a broad research network, made up of top researchers who approach the state's water challenges from a range of disciplines, including biology, economics, engineering, geology, and law.

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