Written + Spoken Word, Environment

Super Cities Don't Wreck Their Watery World

When: Tue., Sept. 27, 7-9 p.m. 2011

As a part of FLOW: The White River Festival, this presentation at the Mother Theresa Hackelmeier Memorial Library Auditorium at Marian University will discuss the current health of the planet, specifically the role of water conservation and care.

Michael Nelson, Ph.D., writer and an associate professor of environmental ethics and philosophy at Michigan State University, will speak about the morality of saving the planet, specifically the critical role that water plays in the planet's health.

Scott Russell Sanders, Ph.D., professor of English at Indiana University, will read from his piece in Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril.

Sr. Norma Rocklage, OSF, executive director of education formation outreach at Marian University, will tie together the local and global concern for water conservation in response to Dr. Nelson's presentation.

For more info, visit www.marian.edu.

Price: Free.

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