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Another Drop Lecture - World Water Day Panel Event March 18, 2014

Come and celebrate World Water Day with us!  UNU-INWEH’s March Another Drop panel event, World Water Day: The Water-Energy Nexus: From Global to Local, will focus on the water-energy nexus and linkages to food security and health issues.  As the “bottom billion” continue to urgently need access to water, electricity, sanitation and food, understanding the interlinkages and synergies between water and energy to alleviate poverty should be a priority.

Dr. Emma Quillerou (UNU-INWEH), Mr. Michael Theodoulou (Anaergia Inc.), and Mr. Dan McKinnon (City of Hamilton) will draw from examples from across the world to illustrate these linkages.  This panel event will be held on Tuesday March 18th, 2014 at 7:00pm in conference room 1 A/B at McMaster Innovation Park.

The event is free and refreshments will be served. For more information see the flyer attached or visit http://inweh.unu.edu/another-drop/.  RSVP to contact.inweh@unu.edu. Hope to see you there!

Another Drop Poster - World Water Day

Floods in a changing climate: Risk Management

2013 Fall Public Lecture by Dr. Slobodan Simonovic.

Dr. Slobodan Simonovic, Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of Engineering Studies of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction at the University of Western Ontario, will be speaking at McMaster Innovation Park on Wednesday, October 23rd at 7pm, as part of the McMaster Centre for Climate Change Public Speaker Series.

The topic is Floods in a changing climate: Risk management. Join us!

MCCC Partner UNU-INWEH hosting upcoming Coastal Seminar Series lecture

Talk by Dr. Chris Metcalfe.

The MCCC's partner UNU-INWEH (United Nations University - Institute for Water, Environment, and Health) is hosting an upcoming seminar as part of their Coastal Ecosystems initiative.  On Thursday November 24th, from 4-5pm, Dr. Chris Metcalfe will be delivering a talk titled Persistent contaminants in marine mammals: trends and patterns in a changing world. This talk will take place at the McMaster Innovation Park (located at 175 Longwood Rd. South, Hamilton) in Conference Room C & D.

Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Lecture by Dr. Chris MetCalfe

McMaster University - Faculty of Science

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