Call it water whiplash. Climate change has contributed to droughts in Iraq and Syria, while at the same time caused flooding in countries like England, India and Australia. In the U.S., carbon pollution has amplified flooding in the Midwest and Atlantic coast, and exacerbated the drought here.
How can countries and communities make sense of having too little water and then suddenly too much? What can be done to preserve water security for those who have it and provide it for those who don’t? Join us for a conversation with two experts about the future of water at home and abroad.