February 4, 2021 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Wildfires ravaged an unprecedented amount of California in the past 12 months. This session will explore the impacts of wildfires on health, low-income housing, and small water systems, as well as highlight innovative tactics to increase resiliency, especially for populations that are most vulnerable to wildfire.
Karen Baker and Justin Knighten, Co-Chairs of Listos California & Advisor, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
J.R. DeShazo, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs (moderator)
Michael Jerrett, UCLA School of Public Health
Julia Kim, Climate & Energy Program Director, Local Government Commission
Gregory Pierce, UCLA Urban Planning Department and Luskin Center for Innovation