Date

Feb 16 2024
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Pure Clean Water: The Chalk Streams Crisis in Greater Cambridge

Pure Clean Water is a new acclaimed film, produced by Tony Eva, environmentalist and campaigner, which explains how the demand for water in and around Cambridge is causing springs to dry up, precious chalk streams to disappear, and the iconic River Cam to be badly degraded. The film also looks at ways in which all parties to new development might come together to ensure that our City has a reliable water supply without further damaging the environment. To be followed by a 30 mins. Q&A session with Tony.

This talk is part of the Spring 2024 Programme of events at St Augustine’s. Entry is normally free, although a small charge or retiring collection may be held where requested by speakers or performers. A complimentary glass of wine or fruit juice, and nibbles, are served at most events.

The full programme may be viewed HERE.