Free Lunchtime Talk featuring The Nile Project

Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.
Carole Weinstein International Center

Free

Music, Citizen Engagement and Water Resources Management

With guest speakers:

Dr. Todd Lookingbill, Associate Professor & Chair, UR Geography & Environment Studies
Rob Andrejewski, Director of Sustainability, UR
Patrick Bradley, Water Quality Manager, City of Richmond DPU 
Jamie Brunkow, Lower James Riverkeeper, James River Association
Mina Girgis, Nile Project Founder & Executive Director 

Human life depends on the availability and quality of water to sustain our health, grow our food, power our homes with electricity, and stimulate our economies. However, due to overpopulation, increased demand for food, climate change and pollution, as much as two-thirds of the world’s citizens may face water-stressed conditions by 2025. Using the Nile River basin and our James River watershed as regional and local case studies, Nile Project founder Mina Girgis, faculty scholars, and community experts will discuss innovative approaches to collaboration around water issues.

The Nile Project performs at the Modlin Center on March 24. 

Ticket Information

Free Event; no tickets req'd • Light sandwiches provided
International Commons, Weinstein International Center // 12:00-1:15 pm

Presented in Collaboration with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 

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