Attend the Global Center for Water Technology Inaugural Discussion Series, Oct. 24

The Global Center for Water Technology, or GCWT, is part of the Arizona Water Innovation Initiative at Arizona State University, and making measurable impacts on Arizona’s water security through technological developments, partnerships and applied research. As part of a broader series of community engagement activities, this panel aims to provide a neutral forum for reasoned and informed discussions about potential solutions to support water security and resilience for a thriving Arizona considering the importation of desalinated water from the Sea of Cortez. As part of a series on this topic, this panel will focus on technical, economic and environmental considerations.

Professor Paul Westerhoff, director of GCWT, will provide a brief background of water importation options being considered across Arizona. Duke Reiter, an ASU Executive Director; University City Exchange and Founder/Executive Director, will moderate the panel discussion. The panelists discuss topics presented by the moderator, before opening a Q&A session with the audience.

Join us for the inaugural session!

Global Center for Water Technology: Panel Discussion Series
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2023
4–5:15 p.m.
Rob and Melani Walton Center for Planetary Health (ISTB7) 107, Tempe campus [map]
Register to attend

Attend via Zoom using password: 355743