• From January 1, 2018

As cities look to adapt to climate change and extreme weather events, we need to make sure that our vulnerable populations are not left behind. In this webinar, Professor Howard Neukrug, Executive Director of The Water Center at Penn (WCP), will converse with his colleagues about ways in which the Center is approaching these issues based on three WCP projects.

Water Industry Career Day

October 28, 2022
10:45 am - 1:30 pm

  Register now for The Water Center at Penn’s Water Industry Career Day event, hosted on October 28th from 10:45am to 1:30pm at Perry World House. This event is presented in partnership with the Penn Alumni Water Forum, PennClubH2O, Penn Earth and Environmental Sciences Department, Penn Environmental Innovations Initiative, Perry World House, Penn Career Services, […]

Register here to join us in person in Houston Hall to hear from a panel of leaders from the Delaware River Basin and beyond as they discuss areas of cooperation within their basins and how their stories can inform successful transboundary water management.   The audience will hear presentations from leaders in the Delaware River […]

Coastal and riverside cities worldwide are under increasing pressure from sea level rise and other effects of climate change. Resilience and sustainability are paradigmatic concepts for the ways in which cities address them and their impacts on water, food, energy, and housing. During this event, University of Pennsylvania students and faculty, alongside representatives from the […]