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Ethical Issues and Water: An Interfaith Dialogue

Location: CSU, Chico Campus, Colusa Hall 100B
    • 4:30pm6:00pm Tuesday, February 5, 2013

    Ethical Issues and Water: An Interfaith Dialogue


    Event: a free public Forum on ‘Ethical Issues and Water: An Interfaith Dialogue’

    When: Tuesday February 5th, 2013 from 4:30-6:00 pm

    Where:  Colusa Hall 100B on the CSU, Chico campus
    Hosted by: CSU, Chico’s Book in Common group and Butte Environmental Council

    For more information: or call 891-6424


    CSU Chico’s Book in Common Group and Butte Environmental Council invite the public to a forum on ‘Ethical Issues and Water, an interfaith dialogue’.  The conversation will focus on the spiritual and stewardship issues that surround water, including water as an element essential to all life, as a human right, and as a contentious public policy issue in California and beyond. 

    The event will be held on Tuesday February 5th from 4:30-6:00pm at Colusa Hall 100B on the CSU, Chico Campus.

    Speakers include: Bruce Grelle, Professor of Religions Studies at CSU, Chico, Shirley Adams a Christian and founder of Bridging the Gap, Lin Jensen a Buddhist and author of ‘Deep Down Things: The earth in celebration and dismay’, Ali Sarsour speaking to water in Islam, and Marty Dunlap an Attorney and Water Issue Mediator.

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