Aspen Institute

Events

Past Events

Nov 17 2020

The objectives of this workshop are to provide participants increased understanding of water-related metadata and application of water metadata tools. This workshop will offer a short introduction to metadata and why metadata are important, followed by an in-depth conversation and hands-on exercises on water-related metadata. This workshop is a partnership among the Internet of Water (IoW), Water Data Exchange (WaDE) of the Western Water States Council, and the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Sciences, Inc. (CUAHSI).

Sep 28 2020

A clear vision for the future starts with innovative thinking and strategic planning. It requires an understanding of where we’ve come from and a shared line of sight to where we need to be. The Water for Texas 20/20 conference will bring together industry experts, visionaries, and innovators from around the state and country. Join us for panels, keynote speakers, networking, and conversations that help us map our future.

Sep 02 2020

Is your state or region wrestling with the development of a water budget or water accounting? The California Department of Water Resources has compiled guidance, methods, and examples of water budgeting in the Draft Handbook for Water Budget Development: With or Without Models. In this webinar, handbook authors Abdul Khan, Todd Hillaire, and Paul Shipman will present an overview of the Water Budget Handbook, answer questions about water budgeting, and solicit feedback.

Jun 17 2020

The Internet of Water’s Peer-to-Peer Network invites you to join us in our first quarterly webinar, “Ask the Data Architect.”

Jun 12 2020

What’s a “flash drought”? How do the Bermuda High and El Nino affect North Carolina’s weather and climate? Who decides if we are in a drought, or not? Learn about multiple aspects of drought in North Carolina on our June 12 webinar.

May 13 2020

This position will work directly with the IoW Executive Director, the Senior Policy Associate for Engagement and Outreach, other team members, and key external partners to support the needs of the IoW Project. This position will be housed at the Nicholas Institute in Durham, NC with the expectation that the individual must be able to travel on occasion.