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September 22, 2011
Guest Speaker, Charles Fishman, bestselling author of The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water, BostONEarth spoke about the global water crisis while providing networking opportunity for environmental thought leaders.
Hosted by Jonathan Soroff of The Improper Bostonian, and featuring special Guest Speaker, Charles Fishman, bestselling author of The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water, BostONEarth let participants learn more about the global water crisis, and allowed them to network with environmental thought leaders.
All proceeds from BostONEarth directly supported Earthwatch global research and education programs.
Earthwatch would like to offer special thanks to our event sponsors and our BostONEarth Steering Committee:
Richard M. Burnes, Jr.
G. Keith Funston, Jr.
Whitney L. Johnson
Dr. William R. Moomaw
Thomas H. Nicholson
Brian A. Rosborough
Ruth C. Scheer
Earthwatch also thanks our dedicated BostONEarth Host Committee:
Crystal A. Johnson
Jay B. Johnson
Donna Kramer Merritt
Jess K. Williams
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