Monday, March 1, 2010
One Water is a film that celebrates all the myriad ways water has touched human lives around the globe-and explores our changing relationship to water as it grows ever more perilously scarce. After a screening of the documentary One Water panelists will contextualize the global challenge to preserve clean and safe drinking water from the perspective of the film's producer, co-director, and writer, Sanjeev Chaterjee as well as Vizcaya's Chief Horticulturalist, Ian Simpkins. Discussion between the panelists and the audience will encourage "local voices to join the global conversation" to help us all reflect upon how to make a difference in our own community. 7 to 9 p.m. General Admission $15; free for students with valid ID. Tickets available starting at 6:00 p.m. on the evening of the program only.
One Water (OneWater.org) is a collaborative project at the University of Miami aimed at engaging the media to bring public awareness to the global water crisis.
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