Life without water: what happens when glass is empty?
Water is critical to nearly all of the Sustainable Development Goals, yet research suggests that we have already surpassed our limit for freshwater consumption. What’s the way forward? Come or watch online the lecture with the ‘Water Man of India’ – Rajendra Singh on February 3rd at 16:00 CET.
Join environmental journalist from the Guardian, Karl Mathiesen as he interviews the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Shri Rajendra Singh. He received the Prize for his innovative water restoration efforts, improving water security in rural India, and for showing extraordinary courage and determination in his quest to improve the living conditions for those most in need.
Followed by a presentation by Stockholm University Postdoctoral Researcher Fernando Jaramillo, a dynamic debate-style panel with water and development experts and audience Q&A.
When: 3rd February 2016, 4:00 pm (check time around the world)
Where: Studenthuset, Galleriet, Universitetsvägen 2A, Stockholm University, Frescati
You can join the lecture by:
- coming to the event in Stockholm (registration required – below)
- following livestreaming from the event at https://kapuscinskilectures.eu/
- asking your questions to Rajendra Singh via Twitter using #KAPTalks
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