Jun 28, 2023, 3 pm CDT
The Conversation invites you to a webinar to discuss today’s water challenges and potential solutions. Communities in the U.S. and around the world are facing water problems of all kinds – drought, flooding, contaminated water, lack of access to water, and more. You’ll walk away with an understanding of some of today’s most pressing water-related issues and ideas on how individuals and communities can address them.
An award-winning Indigenous writer, environmental historian, and ethnobotanist. Professor of History at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Expert in climate change and environmental health. Professor of Earth Sciences and Executive Director of Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute.
Professor of law at Washburn University. His scholarship explores the historical, technical, and cultural aspects of natural resources law, especially water law.
Moderated by Brett Walton, a journalist who has worked as a correspondent at freshwater news site Circle of Blue for more than a decade.
Speakers are all contributors to the book The Conversation on Water, part of the Critical Conversations series published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
The Conversation on Water is a collection of essays from contributors to The Conversation on the world’s water crises and the necessary steps to build a more sustainable and equitable water future for all. The Critical Conversations series includes collections on gender diversity, biotechnology, guns and work.
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