Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 6:30 pm


Author, Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone

Former VP, Tesla; Producer, Before the Flood

Senior Research Scientist, Stanford University


Droughts are drying up lakes, floods are washing away homes and melting glaciers are raising sea levels. Rising waters represent the most visible and tangible impact of climate disruption. Protecting people and property from all that water, while simultaneously ensuring billions have enough to drink, will have unfathomable costs and alter the lives of most people living on earth.  

Join us for a conversation about too much—and too little—water on a planet that is entering unchartered territory.