Speakers include Global Exchange’s Shannon Biggs, Rose Braz, Center for Biological Diversity and Adam Scow, Food & Water Watch
Want to know more about the practice of hydraulic fracturing in California and what you can do about it? Come hear two distinguished speakers discuss the topic at TransitionSF's January meeting.
Global Exchange Community Rights Program Director, Shannon Biggs
Rose Braz, Center for Biological Diversity, Climate Campaign Director
Rose coordinates the Climate Law Institute’s climate campaign and communications work. She is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law and has worked both in private practice and at the United Nations International Commission of Jurists in Geneva, Switzerland.
Adam Scow, Food & Water Watch, California Campaigns Director
Adam is responsible for developing strategy for local, state, and national campaigns. He currently serves on the planning committee for the annual California Water Policy Conference sponsored by Public Officials for Water and Environment Reform.