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Thursday, September 13, 2012
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

From Burning Rivers to Living Rivers: Global Water Sustainability

The Great Lakes and the Cuyahoga River provide compelling illustrations of how sustained efforts can reverse decades of degradation and restore freshwater systems. Today, the global water crisis is about much more than cleaning up pollution from factories. Nearly all aspects of life can impact rivers and other water sources. Join Dr. Jeff Opperman, Senior Freshwater Specialist from The Nature Conservancy?s Global Freshwater Program, as he describes different facets of the global water crisis and some emerging solutions for attaining balanced use of water. Tickets are available in advance for $7/person by calling 440-871-2900. Remaining tickets will be on sale at the door for $10/person.Additional details about this and other entries in the Second Nature series for lifelong learners can be found at: https://www.lensc.org/education/adult/Adult.aspxThe Great Lakes and the Cuyahoga River provide compelling illustrations of how sustained efforts can reverse decades of degradation and restore freshwater systems. Today, the global water crisis is about much more than cleaning up pollution from factories. Nearly all aspects of life can impact rivers and other water sources. Join Dr. Jeff Opperman, Senior Freshwater Specialist from The Nature Conservancy?s Global Freshwater Program, as he describes different facets of the global water crisis and some emerging solutions for attaining balanced use of water. Tickets are available in advance for $7/person by calling 440-871-2900. Remaining tickets will be on sale at the door for $10/person.Additional details about this and other entries in the Second Nature series for lifelong learners can be found at: https://www.lensc.org/education/adult/Adult.aspx

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