An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Dr. Jason West, Professor Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health will present “Understanding Global Climate Change and How It Affects Air Quality and Human Health.” The talk will provide a deeper dive into climate science, and approaches to studying the interactions between climate change and air quality. Registration is required and can be obtained via: niehs.nih.gov/