Protecting the World's Water Supply
According to the United Nations, 1.6 billion people will be at risk of floods and 3.2 billion people will live in severely water-scarce areas by 2050. This poses a major threat to people, businesses, industries, economies, and entire countries. Hear from experts who are working to solve and mitigate water quality and quantity challenges and related impacts of climate change.
Mark Bryer - Chesapeake Bay Program Director, The Nature Conservancy
JaLeesa Tate - State Hazard Mitigation Officer, Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)
Toni McCrory - Senior Director of Environmental Health, and Safety Compliance, Walmart
Bruce McIndoe - President, McIndoe Risk Advisory