ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT: ONLINE SYMPOSIUM

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An Essential Event blending Arts and Sciences: 22-23 March, Online Symposium about water issues related to environmental sustainability

 

A major initiative that aims to blend art, science and technology is bringing into discussion different and various topics related to water and environmental sustainability. On next 22 March, World Water Day, the symposium ‘Water Issues Relating to Environmental Landscape Sustainability’ is being released to be attended online.

Throughout the symposium more than 50 professionals from different disciplines, artists and scientists from 5 continents, will share knowledge and experiences with participants at Sousse University (Tunisia) and Sci I Art Center at UCLA, Los Angeles (USA).

This valuable event, organized by the Horticulture, Landscape & Environment Research Unit of Higher School of Agronomical Sciences of Chott Meriem, Sousse University (Tunisia) in partnership with Waterwheel, an online platform dedicated to water mixing contributions from artists, scientists, environmentalists and anyone concerned with this global and necessary resource for life.

 

Rocio Troncoso

More Information: Waterwheel, Invitation to the Symposium.

Related Posts: Music and Environment, Raphael Hefti, Locus Solus.

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