Join our friends at the Waterwheel for the 4th annual World Water Day Symposium this weekend!
The theme revolves around water, how water embodies extremes and contrasts: oceanic depth or shallow rivulet, transparent or opaque, flowing or still. Water cycles through the living systems of the planet: water bodies, life forms, atmosphere. This symposium has been exploring questions about how we are living, and will continue to live, with water and its contrasts.
The symposium has locations around the world and is streamed free online. Check it out HERE. The event has 15 live nodes, in Brisbane, San Francisco, New York, LA, Buenos Aires, Tunis, Berlin, Coburg, Poznan, Torun, Paris, Syracuse, Athens, Hydra and Cairns, all streamed online. 300 scientists, artists, academics, engineers, activists, and others have presented papers, panels, performances, and presentations.
Tomorrow there will be musical performances and presentations from Australia, India, Chile, France from 12-3pm and performances and presentations from Montreal, Australia, China, India, and closing statements from 3-8pm. We hope you’ll join us in exploring questions about how we are living, and will continue to live with water.