2019 Annual Event

Monday, October 28, 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
1530 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
Pink Sky, a stream in a forest. Photo credit: Julia Shepeleva / Shutterstock

Clean Water Action, along with our members, has been taking action for clean water for more than 40 years. We couldn't do it without you - and it's time to celebrate.

  • Monday, October 28 6pm - 8pm
  • Carnegie Institute for Science
  • 1530 P Street NW | Washington, DC | 20005

We are delighted that New York Times bestselling author (and captivating speaker) Seth M. Siegel has accepted our invitation to be our keynote speaker. His talk will be one of his first public addresses (and the first in Washington, DC) following the publication of his new book Troubled Water: What’s Wrong with What We Drink. As the title suggests, Seth’s book addresses some critical challenges we face in ensuring safe drinking water for all -- and proposes comprehensive changes needed. While working on the book, Seth interviewed several of our staff and we are pleased that Clean Water’s history and work has been included in his book. We now think of Seth as a friend, and an eloquent advocate for a change in national water policy.

We will also be presenting an award to honor the legacy of our founder, David Zwick.

 

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