Weston Roundtable: Destruction as Development — Lessons from Pouring Concrete to Save People and the Environment

When

Thursday February 8th, 2018, 4:15pm

Duration: 60 minutes

Thursday February 8th, 2018, 4:15pm 2018-02-08 17:15:00 America/Chicago Weston Roundtable: Destruction as Development — Lessons from Pouring Concrete to Save People and the Environment Presented by: Bill Robichaud Mechanical Engineering, Room 1163

Presenter(s)

Bill Robichaud

Where

Mechanical Engineering, Room 1163

The Weston Roundtable is made possible by a generous donation from Mr. Roy F. Weston, a highly accomplished UW-Madison alumnus. Designed to promote a robust understanding of sustainability science, engineering and policy, these interactive lectures are co-sponsored by the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Office of Sustainability. These lectures build on the tremendous success in past years of the Weston Distinguished Lecture Series and the SAGE Seminar Series.

This week will feature Bill Robichaud of Global Wildlife Conservation, who has been working on wildlife conservation and research in Southeast Asia for nearly 25 years.