Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
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Bianco Room at Pace University, New York City Campus
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This panel will discuss how to use resources for storm water management to address the multi-functional needs of communities as well as the bottom line of making cleaner waterways. These multi-functional needs include rising temperatures, flooding, clean air, and better access to nature, among others.
Michael Finewood, PhD
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Pace University
Franco Montalto, Drexel University
Andrea Parker, Gowanus Canal Conservancy
Christina Rosan, Temple University
Martin Larson, NYC Parks
John Mclaughin, NYC Environmental Protection
FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE SERVED.
This event is co-sponsored by the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment and the New York City Urban Field Station’s Science of the Living City.
About the New York City Urban Field Station:
The New York City Urban Field Station is both a physical place to conduct research and a network of scientists, practitioners, university partners, and facilities that focus on urban ecology. The Science of the Living City (SLC) programs encompass all educational and communication efforts and special events. SLC partners organize a series of public seminars that rotate throughout New York City and address diverse issues in the urban environment.