Our webinars engage subject matter experts and practitioners in the field in a detailed discussion of issues at the intersection of water and climate change.


Watershed Investment Network: How to Build and Grow a Watershed Fund

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 At our Healthy Headwaters Leadership Convening in October 2015, Marcus Selig, National Forest Foundation, and Rebecca Davidson, Salt River Project, gave us an update on

Can Utilities Lead the Charge on Climate Change?

Watch our October, 8 2014 webinar as we explore new public opinion data from the Water Research Foundation which shows that 92% of Americans think water utilities should play a leadership role in help

Avoided Costs: The Economics of Watershed Restoration

Forested headwaters are the source of much of the West’s drinking water. Protecting and restoring these watersheds makes economic sense, especially in forests prone to catastrophic wildfire, as many

Scoping for Adaptation

The first step towards implementing any climate assessment or adaptation project is determining project scope. While “climate change” is an extremely broad thing to tackle in a single project, a s

CMIP5 Updated Climate Models: Implications for Western Water Management

The results from the global climate models behind the latest IPCC Assessment, now in its fifth iteration, have been released. These models, called CMIP5, have been downscaled for western states by the