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Water: Challenges of Extremes

Wednesday Evenings, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
January 8th through April 13th
Spring Semester 2014
West Village F, Room 20

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 Spring Semester 2014  
 1.8.14 Water – What Do We Have and What Do We Need?  Water Diplomacy Network: Translating Ideas and Insights into Actions for a Sustainable Water Future

Breach the Bottleneck and Avoid Disaster: Enhance Early Warning Systems for Flood Hazards

1.15.14   The Water-Energy Nexus Our Energy Choices: Energy and Water Use 
1.22.14  Water Scarcity, Solutions, and Tradeoffs Executive summary from the Colorado River Basin Study
 2.5.14 Role of Water in Agriculture and Subsequent Impacts on Human Civilization  Solutions for a cultivated planet
 2.12.14 Fisheries and Aquaculture Moving to Sustainability by Learning from Successful Fisheries

Historical Overfishing and the Recent Collapse of Coastal Ecosystems

 2.19.14 Water, Human Rights and Environmental Justice  Land Security and the Challenges of Realizing the Human Right to Water and Sanitation in the Slums of Mumbai, India

The Human Right(s) to Water and Sanitation: History, Meaning and the Controversy Over Privatization

 2.26.14 Water Quality and Impacts on Human and Environmental Health

Toxic Waters Provide ‘a Snapshot of Evolution’

Pollution and evolution Waters of change

3.12.14  Innovations in Urban Water Management

Top Ten Reasons to Oppose Water Privatization

Privatization of Water

Who Should Control Our Water?

3.19.14 Water Scarcity

High Level Colorado River Overview

Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study

3.26.14 Creative Solutions to Meeting the Needs of Multiple Stakeholders in Water Stressed Regions

California Faces Growing Water Management Challenges

California Water Myths

Managing California’s Water

4.2.14 International and National Water Security Issues

A National Strategic Narrative

National Security, Sustainability, and Citizenship

 

 

 

 

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