#SMWLA

June 12 - 13




California Sustainability: How One Of The Worst Droughts In History Is Changing Consumer Behavior

Hosted by DIG DEEP & Lucid.

wednesday, June 10, 2015

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Bergamot Station Arts Center

Los Angeles is facing the worst drought in history. Limited access to water is a reality and is effecting the way we eat, the way we dress, the way we travel, and the way we work. Join our panelists from various industries, to discover how companies and individuals are responding to the water crisis, and what social tools we can leverage to become better, more conscious consumers.

Sustainability is no longer an option; it’s Angelenos’ new way of life.

Engage with our panel of people and brands who use water to power our city, bathrooms, kitchens, and closets. Learn about their efforts to reduce water consumption and the social strategies implemented to bring awareness to this timely and pressing issue, and what small steps we can take to do our part to decrease our water usage.

Event Location



Social Media Week

California Sustainability: How One Of The Worst Droughts In History Is Changing Consumer Behavior

June 10, 2015 - 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hosted by DIG DEEP & Lucid.




Andrea Chase

Andrea Chase

Marketing Director, Falcon Waterfree Technologies

Alex Delyle

Alex Delyle

Associate Creative Director, Omelet

Marci Frumkin

Marci Frumkin

Executive Marketing Coodinator, Whole Foods

George McGraw

George McGraw

Executive Director, digdeep.org

Maria Quiban

Maria Quiban

Anchor/Reporter, Fox 11 Los Angeles

Matt Stevens

Matt Stevens

Writer, Los Angeles Times

Tiffani Williams

Tiffani Williams

Senior Director of Supply Chain and Innovation, Alternative Apparel