UN Day Dinner 2011

Rick Schuhmann

UN Day Annual Dinner
Sunday, October 23, 2011.

 
Ramada Inn

1450 S Atherton Street,
State College, PA


5:30    Social gathering, welcome international guests, learn what local  organizations are doing to address global water resource needs

6:15   “AnDa Union: Music of Mongolia,” Preserving the Essence of Mongolian Music

6:30    Plentiful Harvest Buffet Dinner and Program
  
"Are Water Wars Inevitable"   
 Dr.  Richard Schuhmann
. Penn State University

Dr. Schuhmann will explore how climate change, the greatest environmental challenge of our time, may affect our global fresh water resources and will ask how we as a species will respond. What will we do as populations increase and regional water resources decrease? Is our inability to exercise the moral courage necessary to change course now an indication of how we might behave in the future? Is conflict inevitable? Are water wars on the horizon?

Schuhmann joined the Civil & Environmental Engineering faculty at Penn State University in 1998 and is currently the Walter L. Robb Director of Engineering Leadership Development. For almost two decades he has been active as an environmental engineer in both local and international water resource projects.

Register here  or download a registration form below and mail it in.


Water Advocacy Agenda 2011

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Helen Sheehy,
Sep 18, 2011, 11:08 AM
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Helen Sheehy,
Sep 18, 2011, 9:49 AM
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