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Water You Waiting For?

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Join the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment on April 13 for a conference about the environmental future of H20.

Water is, well, maybe the most important substance on earth. As the world continues to undergo environmental changes, new strategies are needed to manage water to better serve our planet and its many ecosystems. That’s where Dyson comes in.

This year’s third annual Resilience Summit, hosted by the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment, will bring together experts and practitioners from the public, academic, and private sectors to discuss collaborative problem-solving strategies for the protections and sharing of water resources. Topics will include range from the local to the global and include water scarcity, watershed management, transboundary conflicts, and more.

Water Cooperation and Conflict: The Local and Global Challenge
Thursday, April 13
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
The Schimmel Center
Register by April 6

The summit will feature morning, mid-day, and afternoon sessions that will examine everything from national and governmental issues to local water decision-making, and will be anchored by three prominent keynote speakers—Peter H. Gleick, President Emeritus and Chief Scientist at the Pacific Institute, Michael Berkowitz, President, 100 Resilient Cities at the Rockefeller Foundation, and John Freedman, Global Partnerships and Government Affairs Leader, GE Water.

Last, but certainly not least, the immersive summit is FREE for students, and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Registration is due by April 6. For any further questions regarding the conference, visit the website or e-mail dcise@pace.edu.

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