Equity, Affordability, and Clean Water: Innovative Responses to Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Challenges
Presented Thursday, March 1st, 2018
As our infrastructure ages and the cost of supplying clean and sustainable water to our communities rises, what systems changes do we need to adapt and drive innovation? To what extent is aging infrastructure a problem of approach and communications versus engineering? This first in a series of webinars looking at equitable, sustainable solutions for community water infrastructure risks in the Great Lakes and beyond is part of the Center for Neighborhood Technology’s Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Project and is made possible by funding from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Jen McGraw, Director, Sustainability Innovation, Center for Neighborhood Technology, Moderator
Mark Reiner, PhD, PE, Co-Founder, Technical and Financial Lead, Whole Infrastructure Systems for Resilient Development (WISRD)
Kasey Faust, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin