Choosing the Fate of Our Water Resources: Adapting to Climate Disruption, April 6
Join us for this informative, interactive and timely water forum!
Saturday, April 6
9:00 am - 1:00 pm (registration at 8:30 am)
Ken Olsen Conference Room, Clock Tower Place, Maynard, MA
(Near 146 Main Street. Park and then enter through Building #2. Get directions)
"For stakeholders to grasp climate risks in a meaningful way, we need to explore new ways to be able to grapple with variability and uncertainty that is context-specific." Games for a New Climate
PROGRAM (Read about our presenters)
Water infrastructure: The latest from Beacon Hill (Senator Jamie Eldridge)
Knowing the issues
Climate disruption: Crisis and Choices (Paul Kirshen, University of New Hampshire)
Pollution of our rivers—Swimmable and fishable? (Alison Field-Juma and Sue Flint, OARS)
Finding the solutions
A new kind of infrastructure: Littleton Smart Sewer Project (Bob Zimmerman, Charles River Watershed Association)
A new kind of infrastructure: Case studies of water and wastewater reuse (Scott Horsley, Horsley Witten Group)
Grappling with new visions: Municipalities and ecosystem services (Janot Mendler de Suarez and Pablo Suarez, Boston University)
This forum is free and open to the public.
Continental breakfast and mid-morning refreshments will be served.
For more information or to register, email or call 978-369-3956.
Thank you to the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord Wild & Scenic River Stewardship Council (RSC) for sponsoring this forum. We also wish to thank Clock Tower Place for hosting us.