UPCOMING CLIMATE TALKS
Heritage Presbyterian Church, Benicia
Bay Area Clean Water Agencies
Osher Lifelong Learning Center, Concord
Northern California Citizens Climate Lobby
Rotary Club of Martinez
Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority, Pittsburg
Women’s Club of Marin
Marin Home and Garden Club
Science Teacher’s FEAST, Chabot Space and Science Center
Arlington Community Church, Kensington
Castro Valley Public Library
Northern California Geological Society, Orinda
Talking climate with SmithGroup JJR Architects, Cal State University East Bay, San Francisco Rotary Club, Northern California Citizen’s Climate Lobby, Golden Gate Breakfast Club, North Bay Watersheds Association, Mill Valley Rotary Club, City of Albany Public Library, Peninsula Interfaith Climate Action, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Town and Gown Club Berkeley, Oakland Rotary Club, Ashby Village Berkeley, Mt. Diablo Unitarian Church Walnut Creek, Sausalito Rotary Club, Marin Sunrise Rotary Club, Temple Isaiah Lafayette
Recipient: The Jean Auer Environmental Award from the San Francisco Estuary Partnership. Andy became the ninth person to win this award to “honor his significant contribution toward improving environmental quality in the Bay-Delta Estuary”
Moderator: Our Challenges: An Introduction to the Complexities of the Bay Area. This panel was part of the initial workshop for the international design teams selected to participate in the Resilient Bay Area challenge
Facilitator: Calabasas/San Thomas Aquino/Pond A8 Realignment Visioning Workshop. This workshop brought together professionals from a diverse array of organizations to consider how the flood control channels carrying Calabasas and San Thomas Aquino Creeks could be realigned to support the goals South Bay Salt Ponds Restoration Program and Santa Clara County flood protection efforts, while building future resilience to sea level rise
Talking climate with the Temple Beth Torah in Fremont, Rotary Club of Berkeley, the Point Arena Lighthouse Association, the Berkeley Breakfast Club, the Claremont Country Club, the Leadership Contra Costa program of the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce, and the School of Engineering at Santa Clara University
Workshop leader: Responding to Sea Level Rise in the South Bay: Local and Regional Implications of Alternative Future Shoreline Configurations. Explored the influence of regional and local actions on our efforts to increase South Bay shoreline resilience to sea level rise more information
Presenter: Lessons from the Field for Communicating About Climate Change with Public Audiences to the Bay Science Collaborative at Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies of San Francisco State University
Moderator: “Climate Smart” from Watershed to the Sea at the 4th Ocean Climate Summit convened by Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Greater Farallones Association
Talking climate with the Sea Ranch Association, the Rotary Club of Albany, and the Rotary Club of Alamo
Workshop facilitator for Google, Inc.
Moderator of the plenary session of the 12th Biennial State of the Estuary Conference in Oakland
Webinar instructor for the Science Network of the Union of Concerned Scientists on Giving Effective Presentations
Presenter: “Working with invalid boundary conditions: lessons from the field for communicating about climate change with public audiences” at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union
“Restoring ecosystems as sustainable infrastructure in a changing world”
State of the Estuary Conference, Oakland, CA, September 2015.
“Life at the Boundary: Creating a Dynamic Environment for Scientists and Natural Resource Managers to Understand and Adapt to Climate Change”
North American Congress of Conservation Biology, Oakland, CA, July 2012.
“The State of San Francisco Bay”
State of the Estuary Conference, Oakland, CA, September 2011.
“Hot, wet and uncertain”
A panel discussion at The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, CA July 12, 2010.
“Giving Effective Presentations”
MacWorld Users Conference, January 2008.
“Adaptive Development of an Aquatic Toxicity Monitoring Program”
California Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Concord, CA, April 1999.
“Managing Large Marine Ecosystems”
Williams College, Williamstown, MA, October 1997.
“The Evolving Path of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Restoration Program”
Annual Meeting, Arctic Chapter of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Valdez, AK, September 1997.