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24 Mar 2017 14:30

Workshop // Water and Sanitation: The Nexus of Food, Water and Energy

In the "The Common Good, Our Common Home Workshops" series of the University of Villanova, Pennsylvania. Join faculty and students from across the University to explore the significance of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si and the United Nations’ 2015-2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

The workshop will explore Catholic social teachings relevant to the topic, and will engage participants in hands-on, small group discussion. The objectives are for each participant to come away with a personal action plan and to contribute to a proactive program at the University level.

Where and when

University in Villanova
College of Engineering
800 Lancaster Ave
Villanova
PA 19085
USA

24 March 2017
2:30-5:00pm

Source: Univ. of Villanova website

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