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Water is everywhere in our society. It flows from our taps, runs beneath our streets - even our bodies are made of 90% water. It can be easy for us to believe that it is a limitless resource.
In reality, fresh water is scarce. Many agree that we need better protections and conservation strategies in order to preserve clean water for future generations. Many places throughout the world already experience water scarcity, and what's left is becoming increasingly polluted.
The questions are: do we value this resource enough? In the future, could it be more valuable than even the most precious metal? Who is lacking water? And what are we willing to do about it?
Join us for a discussion with:
Martin Figureroa - 2012 Brower Youth Award Winner
Angélica Salceda - 3rd Year Student at UC Berkeley School of Law
Colin Bailey - J.D., Executive Director, Environmental Justice Coalition for Water
Brent Bucknum - Co-Founder of Urban Biofilter