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NYC's Water System

Friday, Nov 9, 2018

Adam Bosch, Director of Public Affairs for the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, will discuss how the agency operates, maintains + protects the largest municipal water supply in the US. The talk will also include a special look at the $1 billion Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel project, the largest repair in the 176-year history of the City's water supply.

Allan Frei, Hunter College Professor of Geography + Deputy Director of the Institute for Sustainable Cities at Hunter College. Dr. Frei will discuss the ongoing climate modeling project he directs to understand the potential impact of climate change on New York City’s water system.

Date: Friday, November 9, 7 - 9 PM

Location: Hunter College, West Building, 695 Park Avenue (Enter on 68 Street/Lexington Avenue, southwest corner)

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