The Challenge of Too Much Water: Ensuring Sustainable Water, Resilient Communities

BY WOODROW WILSON CENTER, ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND SECURITY PROGRAM | 06 DEC 2017
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The second event of the “Sustainable Water, Resilient Communities” series
This event was presented by the Woodrow Wilson Center Environmental Change and Security Program and co-sponsored by the Global Sustainability and Resilience Program. A panel of experts including Anita van Breda, shared their experiences managing floods and mitigating their impacts, including storm surges, infectious disease outbreaks, and pollution, as well as offered suggestions for using legal frameworks to prevent and respond to catastrophic disasters.

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