On Thursday, May 16, 7pm, author and journalist Alex Prud'homme will share his investigation of fresh water realities in an engaging presentation at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education (CEIE) at Denning's Point in Beacon. Prud'homme's talk will be based on his compelling journey which formed his book
The Ripple Effect: The Fate of Fresh Water in the 21st Century. Advance online registration is requested.
Prud'homme, a journalist and author for over twenty years, recalls the inciting moment for his exploration of fresh water issues when a conversation about bottled water emerged during lunch with his great aunt, Julia Child. The discussion triggered an intensive three-year investigation that led Prud'homme from 600 feet beneath Manhattan exploring New York City's new Water Tunnel No. 3, to Las Vegas, New Orleans, California, Alaska and elsewhere. As a result, his book
The Ripple Effect presents unequivocal evidence for fresh water as the defining resource of the 21st century.