Urban biodiversity is one of the hottest topics around, so if you want to find out the latest developments and witness cutting edge discussions, you might want to check out what promises to be a very interesting symposium on Enhancing Urban Biodiversity.  It's going to be held next Thursday, November 19, with a strong program of speakers planned for the day. There is a cost of registration.

The symposium involves the offices of Councilmember Koretz, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, and The Nature Conservancy, and will explore the opportunities for protecting biodiversity that are presented by the region’s rapid growth in transportation, climate adaptation, green infrastructure and open space projects. 

Join us, and leaders across sectors, to discuss how the concept of biodiversity can be a unifying catalyst for tangible progress toward a more sustainable Los Angeles. The registration rate is going up by the end of today (Friday, November 13), so if you are interested RSVP soon!

When: November 19, 2015 at 8:30am - 12:30pm
Where: South Gate Community Center Auditorium · 4900 Southern Ave South Gate, CA
(Light breakfast will be provided.)

Questions? Contact Margaret de Larios: (213)-229-9948, margaret@watershedhealth.org

 


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