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Technological innovation can improve water quality, however, policy and behavior change are often necessary to realize technological potential. The 2015 symposium explored the technology available to combat issues of water quality and quantity, and the implications on human and environmental health. The Symposium featured a keynote address by Paul Niedzwiecki from Cape Cod Commission and two panels on water conservation and WASH. Panelists included Kathleen Baskin -  Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Joshua Das- Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Jonathan Kaledin -  Natural Systems Utilities (NSU), Karl Thidemann - Outreach Director, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate, Scott Horsley - Horsley Witten Group, Robyn Fischer -WaterAid, Anthony Kolb -  USAID, Kimberly Lyon - World Bank, Donald Brooks -Initiative: Eau,  Jess Arnett - Clearwater Initiative.

The 2015 Symposium Team