Harvard DISrupt! Water (In)Security
San Diego, CA
Harvard DISrupt! is back once again to disrupt conventional thinking, and to take on the PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS, BARRIERS and BREAKTHROUGHS to the environmental, socio-political, economic, and health problem of our time
National, regional, and local experts in public health, agriculture, national security, environmental planning and government have been asked to define the problem, debate their solutions, and identify the breakthroughs needed for a thriving, sustainable future.
Moderator: Tomas Morales, HLS ’88, Morales Baldwin LLP, Regional Water Quality Control Board
Keynote: Dr. James Shine, Harvard University School of Public Health
Panelists: Henry Abarbanel, PhD, Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, and Research Physicist, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
Ben R. Drake, Winegrower; California State Board of Food and Agriculture
Additional panelists invited to be announced
This event is sponsored by GSD | SD, the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the Harvard Club of San Diego, and support from the Harvard Alumni Association.