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Thirsty for Change – How Can We Unite to Solve the Clean Water Crisis?

Climate & Biodiversity | Dec 3, 2014

This interactive session at the 2014 Social Enterprise Conference sought to define the clean water crisis, discover innovative models and solutions that are driving change, and share your call to action for the millennial generation. In addition to hearing from experts on how they are taking advantage of opportunities across the entire space, it challenged participants with thought-provoking questions to get you out of your seat and into the action.

Participants included: Dan Bena, Sustainable Development and Operations Outreach for PepsiCo Global Operations; Alex Eaton, Director of Sustainability at charity:water; Oliver B. Libby, Principal Director at Hatzimemos / Libby; Rohini Nilekani, Founder and Chairperson of Arghyam; Bill Staby, Founder and CEO of Resolute Marine Energy; and Jenifer Willig, Founder of WHOLE WORLD Water.

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