Water Talks: Unmapped Responses to Water Scarcity in Sao Paolo

Presented by Ana Correa do Lago, researcher and economist

November
02
5:00pm - 6:30pm EDT
Private
Date:
November 02, 2021
Time:
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Location:
Online

NYU Wagner is excited to open the Water Talks, part of our Water Sourcing and Climate Change course, taught by Professor Natasha Iskander, to the NYU Community. 

Join us to hear from Ana Correa do Lago, a researcher and economist focused on the response of cities to the extreme events posed by the climate crisis. She holds an MS in Urban Ecologies from Parsons School of Design, where she developed an investigation on alternative water supply systems that emerged in São Paulo, Brazil, following the water accessibility crisis of 2015. Her project earned the Student Research Award grant from The New School and was presented in the 2021 Latin American Studies Congress. Having worked at the BCorp Natura&Co —Brazil's leading developer of products based on the biodiversity of the Brazilian flora— Lago learned to implement public affairs strategies, and now reimagines how the concept of sustainability can move from corporate social responsibility initiatives to transforming cities that benefit people.

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