Join us on World Water Day as Nicholas Breyfogle explores the historical roots of today’s global water crisis and the ways in which humanity’s relationship with water has changed over time.
Across human history and throughout this very diverse planet, water has defined every aspect of human life: from the molecular, biological and ecological to the cultural, religious, economic and political. Water stands at the foundation of most of what we do as humans. At the same time, water resources — the need for clean and accessible water supplies for drinking, agriculture and power production — will likely represent one of the most complicated dilemmas of the twenty-first century.
- Nicholas Breyfogle, Associate Professor of History and Director, Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching
- Bart Elmore, Associate Professor of Environmental History and Core Faculty, Sustainability Institute
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