Environmental Events Across the UNC Campus

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The Institute for the Environment strives to build a stronger intellectual community through programs that stimulate discussion of environmental issues on campus and in the larger society. The program maintains this listing of all environmental events at UNC. The Institute will list an environmental event upon request. To list your event, please send information about your UNC-affiliated environmental event to ie@unc.edu. Please note that the Institute acts as a clearinghouse for environmental information on the Carolina campus. Listing on this page, or carriage on the Institute Listserv, does not necessarily imply sponsorship or endorsement of any event by the program. To find information about any event at Carolina, go to the Carolina Calendar.

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Water to Live By and Die For (Carolina Science Cafe Series)
Date: March 07 6:00 PM

Location: Top of the Hill, Back Bar area, Franklin Street, Chapel Hill

Carolina Science Cafe Series event titled Water To Live By and Die For featuring Dr. Jamie Bartram, Don and Jennifer Holzworth Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences and Engineering and Director of the Water Institute at UNC, both housed in the Gillings School of Global Public Health. The focus of Dr. Bartam s talk will be global water issues at large. This event is free and open to the public. Beverages are available for purchase from Top of the Hill s menu, and free appetizers, while they last, are provided by the UNC chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi.

For more information, contact Katie Hall (mchall@email.unc.edu)

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