Evan Thomas, Director of the Mortenson Center in Global Engineering & Resilience, the Global Engineering Residential Academic Program, and the CU Boulder Climate Innovation Collaboratory, joins us to discuss valuing water to survive climate change. Evan Thomas holds the Mortenson Endowed Chair in Global Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is jointly appointed in the Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering and the Aerospace Engineering Sciences Departments, and an affiliate faculty in Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health. Evan is also currently a member of the NASA and USAID SERVIR Applied Sciences Team, a member of the board of the Millennium Water Alliance, and Co-Chair of the ASME Engineering for Global Development Research Committee. His technical background is in water and air testing and treatment applied in a range of contexts, from low-resource settings to operational spacecraft. The second lecture in the annual Thinking Globally, Acting Locally Speaker Series, in partnership with the Wood River Land Trust. Join us for more speakers on January 18 and March 14.