Protecting the World's Water Supply Part 2: Water Management and Conservation

Protecting the World's Water Supply Part 2: Water Management and Conservation

March 24, 2021

By 2025, more than 2.8 billion people in 48 countries, including the United States, will be impacted by water scarcity. Exacerbated by climate change, reduced access to clean water and water availability will stress businesses, industries, economies, and entire countries. Forward-thinking organizations and individuals are finding ways to mitigate the risk of water scarcity and exploring commercial opportunities to address this challenge. In this session, we will hear from leading innovators who are transforming water management and conservation while reducing the burden on water infrastructure and the environment.

AGILE Protecting the World's Water Supply Pt 2

Speakers
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Dr. Yonathan Zohar

Professor And Chair
UMBC Department Of Marine Biotechnology At Imet

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Michal Van Belle-stup

Partner
Urban Rainshell

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Sabine Stuiver

Chief Marketing Officer & Co-founder
Hydraloop

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Bruce Mcindoe

President
McIndoe Risk Advisory