Brian Richter will be talking about his experience with water science and conservation, and what the future holds in this crucial area.
Brian has been a global leader in water science and conservation for more than 25 years. He is the Chief Scientist for the Water Program of the Nature Conservancy, an international conservation organization, where he promotes sustainable water use and management with governments, corporations and local communities. He is also the President of Sustainable Waters, a global water education organization. Brian has consulted on more than 120 water projects worldwide. He serves as a water advisor to some of the world’s largest corporations, investment banks and the United Nations, and has testified before the U.S. Congress on multiple occasions. He also teaches a course on Water Sustainability at the University of Virginia.