- This Stanford symposium next Monday afternoon on Connecting the Dots: The Water, Food, Energy, and Climate Nexus may be of interest to the conversation aboutMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 10, 2012View Source
This Stanford symposium next Monday afternoon on “Connecting the Dots: The Water, Food, Energy, and Climate Nexus” may be of interest to the conversation about resilient communities. It’s free, though registration is required. See below for the link for further info and registration. I’ve registered and am looking forward to it.
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Connecting the Dots: The Water, Food, Energy, and Climate Nexus
Stanford experts from a range of disciplines will discuss the interconnections and interactions among humanity's needs for and use of water, food, energy, and environment. Drawing on their own research, the speakers will illustrate and evaluate some of the ways in which decisions in one resource area can lead to trade-offs or co-benefits in others. We will examine sustainable freshwater resources and uses in Africa, Asia, and the arid West. Symposium attendees will participate in breakout sessions led by Stanford students and faculty, on a range of challenges associated with sustainable freshwater.
Monday, April 16, 2012 12:30 to 6:30 (reception included)
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