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Sig Silber is active in water and natural resources policy issues in New Mexico. He is a Supervisor of the Santa Fe- Pojoaque Soil and Water Conservation District, the President of the New Mexico Weather Modification Association, and a Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Atmospheric Water Management Standards Committee. In the 2003 round of Water Planning in New Mexico, he was the Chair of the Technology Committee of his area's Regional Water Planning Council and has recently served as a Member of the Santa Fe County Water Policy Advisory Committee. Mr Silber was a senior executive of a Fortune 500 Mining Company and has extensive experience in the information technology industry. Mr. Silber's firm provides business planning services in the areas of his expertise. He is currently researching the global long-term economic and geopolitical impacts of climate change.