CLIMATE HACK: WATER
MARCH 11 2021!
INTERDISCIPLINARY CLIMATE CONFERENCE
AT AALBORG UNIVERSITY
Water is key to life, humanity and societal dynamics. We drink it. We consist of it. Water is a life-giving resource and water is a destructive force. Water makes many mechanical and industrial productions run. Water is sacred in religious communities. And for modernity water represents economic value, energy and leisure.
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference CLIMATE HACK: WATER is to engage scholars from multiple disciplines in a common dialogue about nature, humanity and society with the intended purpose of advancing our cognitive capacity and knowledge about climate change and the biodiversity crisis.
Read more about the conference here.