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Interactive seminar in Denver will examine the impact of climate change on water supplies
Water professionals will examine the impact of climate change on water supplies during a May 1 to 2 interactive seminar hosted by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) at The Curtis Hotel in Denver.
"Climate Change and Water Utilities: Planning for the Future," which begins at 8:30 a.m. each day, will provide water resource planners, managers and other professionals with ways to assess potential vulnerabilities. Participants will consider strategies for adapting to climate change through planning, design and operational practices.
Led by Bob Raucher, PhD., and Joel B. Smith of Stratus Consulting, the seminar will include case studies, tabletop exercises and networking opportunities, allowing attendees to learn from colleagues in the Rocky Mountain Region and explore joint solutions.
For more information on this seminar, go to www.awwa.org/awwa/education/seminars.