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Date/Location: WEDNESDAY 3/13, 8PM in Hornbake Library Non-Print Media Room
J (Ground Floor)

Global water issues span every field in terms of scarcity, quality,
groundwater, sanitation, culture, business, disease, natural disasters, and
development. It is an essential resource that is being exploited at
alarming rates, giving rise to the global water crises we face today. The
United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development deems that
March 22nd is International World Water Day, as a means of focusing
attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the
sustainable management of freshwater resources. Join MEDLIFE in viewing a
few clips from the documentary "A World Without Water" and discussing the
connections between unequal access to clean water resources and human
health and disease among impoverished communities. Summer Clinic
information and organization updates will also be announced!

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