Water Is Life: Water Rights, Environmental Change, and Human Health
How are our current environmental crises connected with human health and well-being, and what deeper societal norms and values are driving the injustices we see in these realms today?
“Water is Life: Water Rights, Environmental Change, and Human Health” is part of “Cultural Transformation for Planetary Health: Dialogues on Climate-Health Connections.”
This series of dialogue events—sponsored by the Radius Forum on Technology and Ethics, MIT MAD, PKG Public Service Center, and other partners—will hold space for MIT students, staff, and faculty to engage in reflective conversations about the cultural and emotional aspects of global environmental change in a roundtable-style setting.
Register through this link.