Water is a crucial player in many of the ways we make electricity, and electricity is necessary for water pumping, treatment, and distribution. Our changing climate is leading to disruptions in water availability and extreme weather events that challenge both our energy and water infrastructure. Join us as we explore this relationship and what we can do to become more resilient and ensure equitable access to these life-sustaining goods.
- Paul Block, associate professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Line Roald, assistant professor and Grainger Institute Fellow, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Greg Harrington, professor and associate department chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Yiying Xiong, associate director, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
- Kim Hansen, principal consultant, Kleinschmidt Associates