Feeding the World: Challenges for Water Quality and Quantity
As part of the University of Iowa's "Food for Thought" semester-long schedule of activities, the Public Policy Center, in partnership with the UI Water Sustainability Initiative, hosted a special session on the interface of food production, agriculture and water quality. The symposium included several speakers and panelists with diverse perspectives on the past, present and sustainable future of food production in Iowa.
The symposium “Feeding the World: Challenges for Water Quality and Quantity” was held Thursday, April 9, 2015 at the Old Brick Church and Community Center in Iowa City.
Content from the symposium can be found on the Presentations tab below.
April 9, 2015
Matt Liebman and Lori Abendroth will give presentations, remaining panelists will field questions.
The Public Policy Center would like to thank the following for their support of this event:
Leader Sponsors ($1000 and Up):
Partner Sponsors ($500-$999):
UI Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Colleague Sponsors ($250-$499):
UI Office of Sustainability, Coe College
Friend Sponsors (Up to $249):
UI School of Urban & Regional Planning
Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce