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Water Justice: Trinity Institute 2017
May 19, 2017
1:00 pm - May 20, 2017
May 19, 1 pm – 6 pm
May 20, 8 am – 6 pm
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED BUT THERE ARE STILL SEATS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.
$20 INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION.
CHRIST CHURCH SAN PABLO
2002 SAN PABLO RD. JACKSONVILLE, FL 32224
From Flint to Standing Rock, many of today’s most pressing social issues revolve around water.
Water is a most critical resource, but globally it is under threat. Incidents of conflict over the safety, control and distribution of water is growing, both here in Florida and throughout the world. Today, over one billion people, or one in seven people on the planet, lack access to safe drinking water.
In partnership with Trinity Wall Street, Christ Church San Pablo is hosting a broadcast of Trinity Institute’s 2017 Water Justice Conference. We will hear from a leading group of activists, scholars, authors and experts who have come together to offer guidance to those wishing to take unified action on the front lines of the water justice movement. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the relationship between water issues and climate change, and learn how and what individuals, organizations and societies can do to mitigate and adapt to water issues of access, pollution, drought, flooding and rising tides.
Onsite reflection groups, interspersed between the experts’ on-demand presentations, will help participants ground and integrate the learning. Registration is $20 and includes food, refreshments and all conference materials.
List of Presenters and more information (PDF)
Questions? Contact Mary Alice Wester firstname.lastname@example.org
“Trinity Institute 2017’s Water Justice Conference offers participants a deeper appreciation for water as a sacred gift and sustainer of life. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the relationship between water issues and climate change, and learn how and what individuals, organizations and societies can do to mitigate and adapt to water issues of access, pollution, drought, flooding and rising tides,”
~ Bob Scott, director of Trinity Institute.