Upcoming Events

March 30, 2023
What is the Future of Agriculture in California?

Registration is Open — Register for the Virtual or In-Person Event for Free Now!

What does the Central Valley look like in 2045?  The climate that has allowed California to become a global food producer is changing. The Maddy Institute, in partnership with Climate Now and the Livermore Lab Foundation, will host an audience of 250 in-person attendees and many more virtual participants in a free of charge, first-of-its-kind summit on March 30, 2023 at California State University, Fresno’s Satellite Student Union. Engage with the community, industry, policymakers, and academia in a technical discussion to explore the opportunities, technologies, and challenges for agriculture in a changing climate.

April 21, 2023
Carbon Management Technical Symposium

Registration is Open — Register for the Virtual Event for Free Now!

The California Energy Research Center (CERC) at California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB), Climate Now, and the Livermore Lab Foundation are proud to announce the return of the Carbon Management Technical Symposium, to be held on April 21, 2023. Engage with the community, industry, policymakers, and academia in a technical discussion on the topic of carbon management. The purpose of this returning symposium is to increase awareness of the opportunities, benefits, and challenges of carbon management. Designed to foster both learning and conversation, this symposium will allow stakeholders and experts to engage in a scientific discussion on the current state of carbon management technology, and how we can collectively support increased use of carbon capture and storage to benefit the region. Event audiences will include academia, research institutions, technology organizations, government agencies, environmental organizations, nonprofit organizations, agriculture organizations, local businesses and workforce, and the extended community.

May 13, 2023
Net-Zero Cities: Westchester County

The Net-Zero Cities: Westchester County event will convene a diverse group of local community stakeholders, educators, leaders, residents, business owners, and experts in an engaging and inclusive discussion about Westchester County’s path to Net-Zero. Decarbonization can only be accomplished through local efforts and this innovative event will share the steps for individuals, families and communities to achieve this goal.  This family-friendly event will be hosted at Rye Middle School, engaging local students, families, and panel discussions.