Climate Justice and Water Equity

Erin Huber Rosen, Executive Director + Founder, Drink Local Drink Tap

Climate justice and water equity. Water is considered one of the first indicators of climate change –there is either too much, too little or its too dirty. Climate change is already affecting water access for people around the world, causing more severe droughts and floods. Increasing global temperatures are one of the main contributors to this problem. Climate change impacts the water cycle by influencing when, where, and how much precipitation falls. Hear from Erin Huber of Drink Local Drink Tap, whose mission is to improve water equity through projects, programming and partnerships.

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