Wednesday, Feb. 29, 7PM
St. Stephen’s Church, Cohasset Common
Event is free to public, contributions encouraged
Optional: the presentation will be preceded by an optional locavore potluck meal (6:30PM)
sponsored by Sustainable Cohasset. If you’d like to participate, bring a meal to share.
RSVP: Co-hosts are Chartis Tebbetts (781-383-1662) and Kathy Earle (339-788-1316).
Who should control our water: corporations or people? This may the hottest topic around
- both here on the South Shore and across the globe.
Campaign staff from Corpoerate Accountability International( formerly INFACT) will outline their Campaign Challenging Corporate Control of Water as well as discuss the critical importance of challenging corporate influence and abuse at this moment in history.
Learn about Corporate Accountability’s newest campaign, Public Water Works, and learn how you can get involved in this essential step towards securing equal access to clean water for all. You can also expect an overview of Corporate Accountability’s successful Think Outside the Bottle campaign which has reversed the epidemic of bottled water use that swept the nation int he last decade. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and dialogue. If you’re concerned about the role of corporations in our society, you won’t want to miss this evening of conversation. And if you believe water is a fundamental human right, you simply can’t miss it.© Copyright 2012 Tanna Bk, All rights Reserved. Written For: Tinytown Unleashed