Climate Change and Water Crises: Drought, Flood, Contamination … and What We Can Do About Them
Monday, October 25, 7-8:30pm ET
A changing climate acts first and foremost through the water cycle. Extreme weather events in 2021 have severely disrupted ecosystems and the quantity and quality of water available for humans and other species. Bringing together an expert panel to discuss these disparate and interrelated problems, we aim to attain greater understanding of the immense challenges to global and local water security and to begin to chart future actions.
Panelists from top left, clockwise: Moderator Erum Sattar, Andy Sawyer HR73, Jeff Hébert, Kelsey Leonard, and William Moomaw
What is ClassACT?
Welcome to ClassACT (Class—Achieving Change Together) HR73, an initiative of members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973, who are working together for positive social change. The purposes of ClassACT are to bring together Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973 classmates to address important local, national, and international problems by creating and supporting positive change; and, to create expanded, rewarding relationships among classmates.
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