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June 23rd, 2009

Lets Chat About H2O

Food & Water Watch is diving into #waterwednesday on Twitter by hosting a summer-long series of tweet chats.

Join us there @foodandwater every Wednesday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm EDT for a dynamic conversation on the current water crisis and what you can do about it.
TweetChat
Our first #waterwednesday chat is June 24 with guest water campaign organizer Renee Vogelsang.

On July 8, our special guest host will be Food and Water Watch executive director Wenonah Hauter.

Please suggest topics you would like covered either in the comments below or by writing to @foodandwater on Twitter. Here‚ our schedule so far:

6/24 Bottled Water: ‚Taking Back the Tap” (Hosted by Renee)

7/1 Everyone‚ Right to Water: An International Perspective (Hosted by Darcey)

*7/8 Discussion on Water Privatization w/ Executive Director Wenonah Hauter

7/15 Desalination is Not the Answer (Hosted by Adam)

7/22 America’s Groundwater Crisis (Hosted by Sarah)

7/29 A Water System You Can Count On (Hosted by Mark)

Here‚ how to participate in the chat:

  • If youre not on Twitter, you can just follow the conversation without an account by going here.
  • If you have a Twitter account, put #fww in your page‚ search bar and hit enter. Then type your question or comment in your update box and add the #waterwednesday #fww tag. The tweet will then stay on this thread. (Dont forget to introduce yourself when you first join the conversation.)

We look forward to chatting with you!

One Comment on Lets Chat About H2O

  1. Oliver Pospisil says:

    Would you mind hosting the next chat two hours earlier? I am from Germany. 2pm means 11 pm in Germany.

    I am aware of the fact that you have to make compromises. Yet, I thought maybe there is a change.

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