Tuesday, April 14, 2020 1-2 PM CDT
Catherine Flowers, a past WasteWater Education Board member, is a Franklin Center for the Humanities Practitioner in Residence. Based in Montgomery, Alabama, she is a fierce advocate for the underserved and largely ignored working poor. See https://centerforearthethics.org/team/catherine-flowers/
In this lecture, as part of our Earth Month series of public outreach events, Catherine will reflect on the disparity of progress made in the past 50 years of the environmental movement.
Catherine is also an internationally recognized advocate for the human right to water and sanitation as expressed in the UN Sustainable Development Agenda. She is a Professor of Practice at Duke University.