Brave Blue World Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion (Free)
October 14, 2020
Free for members and non-members
"Screening and panel discussion sponsored by
The story of water is a hopeful one, we'll share why and how in this exciting online event. A new documentary film titled Brave Blue World examines how new technologies and innovations can create a sustainable water future. The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a production partner for Brave Blue World and is using the film to raise public awareness about the solutions to water challenges.
It is important to convey a sense of hope and spirit of optimism for water. By showing a path to a sustainable water future Brave Blue World can help us to influence leaders, increase resources, change policies, and improve stewardship of water.
Screen the documentary at your convenience between Oct 9-11, then join our panel of water experts for an inspiring discussion.
Everyone is welcome to this free, virtual water event! Water and wastewater pros, as well as members of the public. Anyone can register and watch the documentary.
Be sure to invite your friends and family to join you and learn more about the important work water professionals accomplish and the future of California water sector.
Moderator Megan Yoo Schneider, CWEA Vice President and Board Member Metropolitan Water District of Orange County
Emily Tianshi, San Diego high school student and winner of the California Stockholm Junior Water Prize
Tom Kunetz, WEF Past President and Assistant Director of Monitoring and Research for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
Mehul Patel, Executive Director of Operations, Orange County Water District
Dr. Glen Daigger, Past President International Water Association and Professor, University of Michigan
Wendy Wert, CWEA President and Supervising Engineer for Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts