Sustainability, Science, Society: Water: sustaining life

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Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Building 301

23 Symonds St

Auckland, Auckland 1010

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Sustainability, Science, Society: flourishing people, thriving ecosystems

Join us for a series of seminars on key sustainability issues. The seminars will include speakers from the Faculty of Science who will present current research and thinking on the topic and guest speakers from organisations that are applying innovative solutions.

Water: sustaining life

Wednesday 22 March

5.30pm Refreshments in Foyer, Building 301

6.00-7.30pm Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre

Ground Floor, Building 301

23 Symonds Street

In this seminar the panel will raise issues related to how we use water, threats to its quality, and consequences for life.

How Aucklanders use their water – the sustainability challenge for growth.

Mr Raveen Jaduram, Chief Executive Officer at Watercare Services Limited, Auckland

Where to from Havelock North: Bacterial contamination in our water.

Professor Gillian Lewis, School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland

Can we make dairy without milking our freshwaters for all they’re worth?

Dr Kevin Simon, School of Environment, University of Auckland

Life in water: marine and freshwater biodiversity

Dr Mark Costello, Institute of Marine Science, University of Auckland

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Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Building 301

23 Symonds St

Auckland, Auckland 1010

New Zealand

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