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Sustainable Phosphorus Webinar #3

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Extreme Climate, Extreme Phosphorus

Recent weather events around the globe--from intense hurricanes in the US to massive flooding in Asia--conform to the predictions of climate change models. If extreme weather continues to be the new normal, how will an intensification of storms affect phosphorus flows through the environment and how can we prepare for the increased phosphorus loads?

Join the Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance for a 90-minute webinar on this topic. Panelists Dr. Phil Haygarth, Professor in the Lancaster Environment Centre of Lancaster University, and Dr. Laura Johnson, Director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University, will join us for a discussion of how climate change is impacting and will continue to change phosphorus flows, and what cities and farms will need to do to protect against increased phosphorus pollution of our waterways.

Each panelist will present recent research on the topic and time will be provided for audience Q & A. The webinar will be hosted on the Zoom webinar platform (no software installation required), and log in details will be provided after registration.

Please register only if you are sure to attend. Space is limited by the platform, and others may be prevented from attending.

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