Due to a fire at the library, this event has been relocated to the Quartyard, 1102 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101. It will begin at the same time, 6:30pm
The San Diego Wet Lab is hosting a science lecture is at the San Diego Central library on Thursday September 20th at 6:30 pm. Nathan White from AGESS will discuss large-scale ecological problems such as climate change, energy, eutrophication, loss of biodiversity, and unemployment, as well as sustainable technologies that can address these issues.
AGESS, Inc. is a visionary project management company that uses cutting edge science to solve some of the most pressing ecological problems of our day. Currently working to rehabilitate the Salton Sea and other polluted waterways, AGESS uses an “industrial ecology” of innovative technologies such as floating islands and algae production units that not only solves pollution and energy problems, but also creates good jobs and builds the economy.
This event is part of the San Diego Wetlab’s citizen science lecture series held every first Tuesday at 6:30pm at the La Jolla Library and every third Thursday at 6:30pm at the Downtown Library. Please check the San Diego library system events page for location details and changes in the upcoming schedule.