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2017 Readings and Resources

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The conference is over for 2017 but you can continue learning and acting!

READING AND RESOURCE LIST:  

Recommended reading related to Trinity Institute 2017: Water Justice

From the Trinity Institute.

Additional suggestions below:


Ithaca - book by Susan Fish, 2014.  A novel about fracking, activism, grief, and soup.


The Council of Canadians - Acting for Social Justice


The World Council of Churches Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) invites you to use this season of Lent to reflect on water. Since 2008, the EWN has been providing weekly theological reflections and other resources on water for the seven weeks of Lent and for World Water Day on 22 March.


"Over the River: Returning home to Flint" - article in Harper's Magazine, January 2017 edition, by Richard Manning.


Sea Sick - book and play

By Alanna Mitchell


Life-giving Waters - educational resource

Dedicated to the people of Pikangikum, Ontario; focuses on water and our five senses; discussion and reflection questions, activities, Bible passages, prayers and more.

By the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, Anglican Church of Canada.

Also see the PWRDF Water Project for Pikangikum.


Publications by the The Water Institute and its members.  The Water Institute at the University of Waterloo is a global leader in interdisciplinary water research and education. 


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Leaders:

A national leader on environmental protection.  The author of several books, including The Art of Tough: Fearlessly Facing Politics and Life.
 
Expert on the ethics of fresh water and problems of climate change, social justice and sustainability.
 
Archbishop and Primate of the Diocese of Polynesia and Aotearoa, New Zealand.
 
Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, served as the chair of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.
 

Katharine Hayhoe  

Climate scientist and director of the Climate Science Center, Texas Tech University, part of the Department of Interior's South-Central Climate Science Center.

Maude Barlow  

Political activist, author, policy critic, and a former United Nations Senior Advisor on Water.

Visual artist, TED fellow, and MacArthur Grant recipient working in photography, video, and performance art to address environmental justice, industrialism, and healthcare inequity, among other subjects.
 

Date & location:

Wednesday, March 22, evening.  

Thursday,March 23 to Friday,March 24

Renison University College. 

Cost:

Wednesday evening opening session. Free.

Thursday and Friday access to webcast, small group discussions, conference materials, and refreshment breaks:  Pay what you can:  $75, $50, $25, Free.  HST included.