"Turbulent Futures: Water and Climate Change in Times of Crisis" - May 11-12, 2017 UC Riverside

May 02, 2017 10:06 AM | Margaret Hill (Administrator)

Turbulent Futures is a two day, multidisciplinary water conference held at UC Riverside from May 11-12, 2017. Consider attending or presenting to join the discussion with representatives from academia, industry, non-profits, policy, and government groups about the modern environmental, social, and political water crisis.

Highlights include a research poster session (the call for abstracts is currently open), interactive workshops on international and domestic approaches to climate change and water management, and keynote speaker Newsha Ajami from Water in the West (Stanford University).

Registration is free but space is limited so please register or, if interested, submit an abstract by April 30th on their website http://www.turbulentfutures.org/.

They are also accepting poster presentation submissions, which can be sent through their website http://www.turbulentfutures.org.

For questions please contact:
Parisa Parsafar, M.A.
PhD Candidate
Developmental Psychology 
UC Riverside

World Affairs Council - Inland Southern California

World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California 
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Loma Linda, CA 92354

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