Water Institute lectures available online

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Whether you’re looking to update your current online course or crafting one from scratch, the Water Institute has an impressive library of WaterTalks available online and on-demand. These lectures from an incredible range of recognized water scholars offer asynchronous content available today. We currently have 62 lectures available on the Water Institute YouTube channel, including recent talks from:

  • Tony Allan, King’s College London
  • Asit Biswas, National University of Singapore
  • Günter Blöschl, Vienna University of Technology
  • Jay Famiglietti, University of Saskatchewan
  • Peter Gleick, Pacific Institute
  • Quentin Grafton, Australian National University
  • Thomas Harter, University of California
  • Susan Hubbard, Berkeley Lab
  • Indigenous Women Water Panel
  • Karen Kidd, McMaster University
  • Sharachchandra Lele, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology & the Environment
  • Mark van Loosdrecht, Delft University of Technology
  • Max Maurer, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
  • Sudhir Murthy, International Water Association
  • Sunita Nairan, Centre for Science and Environment
  • Sheila Olmstead, University of Texas
  • Merrell-Ann Phare, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
  • Bob Rae, Former Premier of Ontario
  • Joan Rose, Michigan State University
  • David Schindler, University of Alberta
  • Murugesu Sivaplan, University of Illinois
  • Charles Vörösmarty, City University of New York
  • Lesley Warren, University of Toronto
  • Pieter van der Zaag, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Check our entire catalogue of WaterTalks on our YouTube Channel. The talks are typically 45m in length, followed by a 15m question and answer period. The videos include speaker slides and are closed captioned.

YouTube

  1. 2021 (88)
    1. September (9)
    2. August (10)
    3. July (9)
    4. June (12)
    5. May (5)
    6. April (10)
    7. March (13)
    8. February (9)
    9. January (11)
  2. 2020 (124)
    1. December (9)
    2. November (18)
    3. October (10)
    4. September (13)
    5. August (10)
    6. July (9)
    7. June (12)
    8. May (7)
    9. April (6)
    10. March (11)
    11. February (11)
    12. January (8)
  3. 2019 (108)
    1. December (5)
    2. November (9)
    3. October (10)
    4. September (7)
    5. August (6)
    6. July (12)
    7. June (6)
    8. May (14)
    9. April (16)
    10. March (10)
    11. February (3)
    12. January (10)
  4. 2018 (98)
  5. 2017 (79)
  6. 2016 (37)
  7. 2015 (30)
  8. 2014 (21)
  9. 2013 (23)
  10. 2012 (33)