Water Resilience in Hawai‘i: A UH Innovation ConferenceOctober 28, 7:30am - 5:45pm
Hawai‘i Convention Center
Water has always been our most precious resource and recent events have highlighted how fragile this lifeline can be. Combined with Hawai‘i’s geographic isolation, it is especially important to develop resilient and sustainable practices to ensure that future generations can safely live, work and play in the islands. As the state’s largest research institution, the University of Hawai‘i (UH) has an obligation to help improve the quality of life for our residents and to those around the world though innovative research and education. Water Resilience in Hawai‘i creates an opportunity for further collaboration between UH and its industry and community partners to engage in meaningful partnerships to solve these challenges, while promoting economic stability and viability in Hawai‘i.
Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, University of Hawaii
Eric Matsunaga, 808-956-5588, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://research.hawaii.edu/event/water-resilience-in-hawaii/
Friday, October 28
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