“The study of water ethics and justice is inherently without boundaries; it moves among various connected disciplines, such as philosophy, law, history, engineering, and geography. This event brings together academic professionals, policy experts, other practitioners, and the general public to discuss this most pressing issue. The transdisciplinary nature of water justice requires study that intersects ethical, scientific, cultural, and justice-related themes and concerns which are reflected in the presentations and discussions of this symposium. Our opportune location at the US-Canada border lends itself to vibrant study of water ethics, justice, governance, and management in each respective country, as well as between them. Further, this event brings together professionals to discuss these water issues in the face of climate change and the implications for cross-border/transboundary water governance.”
Cost: $20 (credit card payment instructions will be provided in the confirmation email)
Complimentary Parking will be provided (details will be provided in the confirmation email)
In order to register, you need to login using your U-M credentials. External participants without a U-M account, please create a U-M Friend Account. If you have complications registering as a non University of Michigan member, please contact Ivana Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.