The Five-Thousand-Pound Life: Water Symposium at the Architectural League

“Parker Dam on the Colorado River forms the eastern end of the 150-mile metropolitan aqueduct which supplies drinking water to Los Angeles and intermediate cities” | photo by Charles O’Rear, desaturated from original

Join us in New York on Saturday February 7th, 1 pm to 7pm, for The Five Thousand Pound Life: Water.  Organized and presented by the Architectural League of NY and Cooper Union, the symposium focusses on water supply in the context of climate change.  What’s the relationship between water supply, water’s energy and carbon intensity, and the design of cities—in Los Angeles?  In the Great Lakes Region? and in New York?  We’re delighted to be part of the conversation, and hope you will join us if you are in the area.   For tickets and more information on the day’s program and the Architectural League’s Five Thousand Pound Life initiative, click here.

February 7, 2015 | 01:00pm - 07:00pm
Rose Auditorium
The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square
New York, NY