Make Your Net Work for Water
It’s no secret. Water isn’t working. Just say Flint, California or the global water crisis, and you need to say no more. This message isn’t about what’s broken. It’s about an opportunity all of us have to make our net work better by sharing a story or making a connection. That may sound too easy, and I don’t want to minimize what’s required to fix something as complex as water.
But one person can make a difference. Learn how from Joan Roehre, co-founder of Adventure Kid’s Learning (second row, far right, in the picture above). Since 2008, AKL has hosted hundreds of virtual expeditions from Central America, bringing the global water crisis in to classrooms.
In 2016, AKL facilitated student town halls from Mott Middle College, Flint Michigan to 17 US classrooms, bringing awareness of the GLOBAL water crisis in the United States. Students are listening and learning how this crisis has affected the daily lives of their peers and how it impacts their future.
Get more details and register via Eventbrite to participate in our 8 a.m. CT Monday, April 11:
Net Work for Water Webinar
Whether you join in live, or listen on-demand, you will be introduced to:
- Adventure Kids Learning and other experts who can help business communicate intelligently on the water crisis
- Resources you can use to build support through your network
- A Q&A period with water experts who will deliver answers to your questions OR will follow up with answers (if we’re stumped)
GlobalWaterWorks.org was created to arm influencers and change agents (that’s YOU!) with information essential for you to lead change. Every other week the “Net Work for Water” Webinar features a resource, expert or strategy that is helping water work, and gives you the opportunity to join a Q&A. Meet more of those who are helping water work on this “Net Work for Water Preview” on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiLqQM-jg-c and follow us on Twitter, Facebook andLinkedIn.
GlobalWaterWorks.org… for the planet, for people and for profit.