Three revolutions brought water to cities; a fourth is needed for the Bay Area, and civilization, to enjoy safe, drought-proof water systems friendly to nature and vibrant urban life.
Prof. David Sedlak, author of the recent “Water 4.0″, engages us in both past and possibilities. Prof. Sedlak directs UC Berkeley’s Institute for Environmental Science and Engineering and is deputy director of the NSF Center for Reinventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt).
A Bay Currents free talk; refreshments 7 PM, talk 7:30 PM. Full fall schedule at http://www.fivecreeks.org/baycurrents/Fall14Flyer.pdf.