Monday, May 13 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Water is Life! Where Did All the Water Go? Bring Startup Ideas for the Discussion! FILLING

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Water seems to keep getting left behind and yet it poses an enormous risk if we do not start monitoring and managing the situation. Population and economic growth, climate change, pollution, and other challenges impact our water resources. Aquifers are being over-pumped, causing widespread declines in groundwater levels. Major rivers – including the Colorado River in the western United States -- no longer reach the sea in most years.
Join us as we will hear from local water experts on the current situation and opportunities to help change the direction.
• Startup opportunities
• Please bring your ideas and questions for this interactive session

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Casey Ives

Busienss Advisory Board, PureVision Technology
Casey Ives is returning to BSW as a moderator for the sustainability track. He is passionate about environmental and social sustainability. He spent many years in leadership positions in IT management software, sustainability and renewable energy, while at the same time working with... Read More →


Paul Lander

Adjunct Professor/Faculty, Univ of Colorado
Sustainable Urban Systems : Water and Landscape. Currently teach courses related to these themes at CU-Boulder.
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Karl Linden

Professor, University of Colorado-Boulder
Karl Linden is a professor of environmental engineering and holds the Mortenson Professorship in Sustainable Development at the University of Colorado Boulder where he directs the Water-Energy Interdisciplinary Research Thrust. His career has focused on water quality and innovative... Read More →
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Evan Thomas

Associate Professor, Mortenson Center in Global Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
Evan Thomas is the Director of the Mortenson Center in Global Engineering and holds the Mortenson Endowed Chair in Global Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is a tenured Associate Professor jointly appointed in the Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering... Read More →
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Lacey Williams

Principal, RAS REALtime Aquifer Services
Lacey has been the managing Principal for the groundwater technology company RAS REALtime Aquifer Services since 2001, which was originally formed as the result of a technology transfer effort between the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a large environmental engineering... Read More →

Monday May 13, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Galvanize - Torreys 1023 Walnut St. - Galvanize, Boulder, CO 80302

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