Wednesday, May 11, 2016 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am Location: Online via MaestroConference Contact: For further information regarding this event, please contact Earth Institute Events by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Moderator: David Brancaccio, American Public Media Marketplace; Speakers: National Experts and Journalists to be Announced The Earth Institute’s Columbia Water Center, Circle of… read more
Columbia Water Center’s State of America’s Water: Present and Future Webinar Series Co-Sponsored by CUAHSI “Are USDA-NIFA National Water Priorities Meeting Their Mark?” March 1, 2016 at 12pm EST Dr. James P. Dobrowolski is a watershed scientist and National Program Leader for Water and Rangeland and Grassland Ecosystems Programs. Jim leads the agency in developing… read more
James Shortle: “Innovating Policy to Address Nutrient Pollution from Agriculture” Pollution runoff from America’s farms is one of our nation’s most serious water challenges. Join us for a discussion with James Shortle, noted agriculture and environmental economics professor at Penn State University on how we can innovate policy to address nutrient pollution from agriculture.
Nicholas Brozović: “Innovations in groundwater management institutions”
America’s Water Webinar Video: “Using the Shared Socio-Economic Pathways to Develop Regional Water Futures.” Benjamin Preston and Mariya Absar.
Ben Ruddell presents a new detailed map of the U.S. hydro-economy: water footprints, teleconnections, and indirect vulnerability to drought
Ben Ruddell, Associate Professor, The Polytechnic School, Fulton Schools of Engineering and Senior Sustainability Scientist, GIobal Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, will present the next America’s Water webinar on Tuesday, September 15th at 12pm EST. Ben will present a new detailed map of the U.S. hydro-economy: water footprints, teleconnections, and indirect vulnerability to drought. To join the webinar,… read more
Sara Larsen talks about how The Western States Water Council is creating a framework to allow various groups better share state data water allocation, supply, and demand data through the Water Data Exchange (WaDE) initiative.
America’s Water: Terry Fulp on the Evolution of Water Policy on the Colorado River
Webinar Video: Bartos and Chester on Climate Change, Water Resources and Electricity Provision in the West
Matthew Bartos and Mikhail Chester Present on Climate Change, Water Resources and Electricity Provision in the West