- WKSHP 120: Fish-Sampling Techniques Workshop
- WKSHP 100: Outdoor Photography Workshop, October 6-8
- CHPPE Open House
- CHPPE Annual Review, November 19-20
- October EPN Breakfast Club
- Environmental Film Series “An Inconvenient Sequel”
- Environmental Film Series "The Messenger"
- Environmental Film Series "Chasing Coral"
- Environmental Film Series “The Penguin Counters"
- Environmental Film Series “Sonic Sea"
- Environmental Film Series “From the Ashes"
- Sunrise Climate Change Tour: Stop Climate Change, Create Jobs
- Celebrating 75 Years of ElectroScience Innovation
- World Food Day at Ohio State: Inspired by Local
October EPN Breakfast Club
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
7:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H CenterWith a possible federal emphasis on infrastructure, and possible greater emphasis on public-private partnerships, it is timely to focus on experiences in Ohio and far beyond with varying degrees of privatizing public drinking water utilities. Less than 5% of Ohio’s public drinking water is supplied by private, investor-owned utilities. That number is higher in some other countries. Less developed countries often struggle to meet the public’s drinking water needs, and some financially-challenged cities in the US do too. Still, is affordable drinking water a basic human right that government must give a high priority to providing? When communities consider private partnerships, what guidelines might be useful? Attend this EPN breakfast program and join the discussion of these critical matters.
Registration is $10 and the deadline to register is Friday, October 6, 2017. Contact David Hanselmann for more information.