Cool Davis in Partnership with Davis Media Access

Recordings from Cool Davis and the Cool Davis Coalition in partnership with Davis Media Access. Cool Davis is an active network of residents, community organizations, businesses and community institutions committed to implementing the City of Davis’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.

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Davis Futures Forum & Cool Davis presents David Garcia

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David Garcia, Policy Director with the UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation, frames the conversation with some housing history and lead into ideas on housing policy, as well as some thoughts regarding construction costs of affordable housing.

David's talk is followed by a diverse panel of Davis stakeholders to present a Davis perspective on the issue.

Presented by Cool Davis and Davis Futures Forum.

Recorded by Davis Media Access on February 7, 2018.

Davis Futures Forum presents Robert Liberty

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Davis Futures Forum presents

"Lessons for the Davis General Plan-- How Downtown Portland Got Hot-- and So, So Cool!"

Presentation and discussion with Robert Liberty, Former Director, Thousand Friends of Oregon.   Current Director of Urban Sustainabililty Accelerator at Portland State University.

Recorded at Davis City Chambers by Davis Media Access on March 19, 2017.

Davis Chamber of Commerce Lunch and Learn February 2013

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The Davis Chamber’s Lunch & Learn Series is a bring-your-own-lunch event made available only to Chamber members and is an opportunity to learn business skills from experts. 

The February 2013 Lunch and Learn, presented by the Davis Chamber of Commerce, was titled:  "Energy Efficiency for Small Businesses."

The speakers at this event were:

2016 Interfaith Climate Conference Workshop: Don't Drown Our Culture. Stop the Dam Raise.

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Chief Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu Tribe.

The growing demand for water in Southern California is putting the Winnemem Wintu culture and spirituality at risk.   The recently proposed raising of Shasta Dam by 18 feet to address the water crisis is a bad idea.  Raising the dam will harm fish, wildlife and the religious rights of the tribe when water-saving measures by farmers could save more water and cost much less.   Listen to the story from the Wintu point of view.

2016 Interfaith Climate Conference: Panel Discussion

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Panel Discussion- Reflections on Climate Change: Successes, Challenges, and Next Steps with moderator Orit Kalman.  

Featuring Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe from Shasta Area; Pastor Dan Smith from Lutheran Church of the Incarnation; Humberto Camacho, Humphrey Fellow from Bolivia; and Joan Brown, Director of Interfaith Power and Light in New Mexico.