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Monica Emelko, Scientific Director and Principal Director of the forWater Network is giving two talks in December 2021 focused on the opportunities to build climate resilient communities by integrating 'green' watershed nature-based solutions with 'grey' in-plant infrastructure for drinking water security. The first talk is being hosted by WESTalks which is a collaborative initiative by IC-IMPACTS and the University of British Columbia’s Future Waters group. Monica will also be presenting at the Institute of Water's Science Festival which is held in the United Kingdom.
Original article posted in six languages on Water Science Policy
Webb, A. (2021) 'forWater: Managing Canada’s drinking water from catchment to tap' Water Science Policy, doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.53014/HXNK9240
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