Urbanization, Uncertainty and Water
The Water Resources Research Center's annual conference, â€œUrbanization, Uncertainty and Water: Planning for Arizona's Second Hundred Years,â€ will focus on the major challenges facing Arizona in its second century as a state, including changing demands on our finite water supplies.
Organized in collaboration with Morrison Institute for Public Policy, the conference complements the Arizona State University center's recently released report â€œWatering the Sun Corridor,â€ addressing overarching questions about the kind of future we want and how we might get there â€” with a special focus on water.
Grady Gammage Jr., a senior fellow at Morrison Institute and senior sustainability scholar at the ASU Global Institute of Sustainability, will be a keynote speaker and panelist.
The one-day conference will be preceded by an optional workshop on January 23, sponsored by the Sonoran Institute and the Lincoln Land Institute, where the report will be reviewed and discussed.
Registration fees vary by events. Register here.