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SNEW’s Climate and Energy Outlook Series: Lassen, Plumas, and Sierra Counties

Virtual

The environment has a significant impact on energy use and productivity. Reduced stream flows can weaken hydropower. Storms and wildfire risks can force utility public power shut offs. And hotter conditions can drive energy demand for cooling. While these disturbances are likely to continue, sustainable energy use reduces emissions, cuts costs on utility bills, and

SNEW’s Climate and Energy Outlook Series: Calaveras, Amador, Tuolumne, and Mariposa Counties

Virtual

The environment has a significant impact on energy use and productivity. Reduced stream flows can weaken hydropower. Storms and wildfire risks can force utility public power shut offs. And hotter conditions can drive energy demand for cooling. While these disturbances are likely to continue, sustainable energy use reduces emissions, cuts costs on utility bills, and

SNEW’s Climate and Energy Outlook Series: Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, and Alpine Counties

Virtual

The environment has a significant impact on energy use and productivity. Reduced stream flows can weaken hydropower. Storms and wildfire risks can force utility public power shut offs. And hotter conditions can drive energy demand for cooling. While these disturbances are likely to continue, sustainable energy use reduces emissions, cuts costs on utility bills, and

SNEW’s Climate and Energy Outlook Series: Sutter, Yuba, and Butte Counties

Virtual

The environment has a significant impact on energy use and productivity. Reduced stream flows can weaken hydropower. Storms and wildfire risks can force utility public power shut offs. And hotter conditions can drive energy demand for cooling. While these disturbances are likely to continue, sustainable energy use reduces emissions, cuts costs on utility bills, and

Sierra CAMP Summer Workshop: Planning for Wildfire, Forest Health, and Fuel Management in the Sierra

Virtual

Please join Sierra Business Council's Sierra CAMP for its June 15th, 2022 public workshop on how community planners can plan for and implement fuel reduction projects for wildfire preparedness. This 1 hour workshop includes a panel discussion with representatives from the U.S. Forest Service, Placer County, Spatial Informatics Group, and the Whitebark Institute of Interdisciplinary