Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right, or a commodity that should be bought and sold like any other article of commerce? Stephanie Soechtig’s debut feature is an unflinching examination of the big business of bottled water.
— William Schwartz - Director at TapIt, a New York based initiative that aims to build a global network of businesses that volunteer to serve tap water to the public. Schwartz recently returned from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he was working on a project to provide housing made from recycled materials to low-income communities. In the past, William has worked in environmental advocacy at the Fund for The Public interest and in urban planning at Fregonese Associates. William studied economics and business at Portland State University.
— Buck Moorehead - co-founder and vice-president of NYH20, a NYC- based citizens group working to protect NYS’s water from hydraulic fracturing, a toxic process to extract natural gas from the Marcellus Shale. Principal, Buck Moorhead Architect, NYC firm working on land use issues in Upper Delaware region. Founding partner of Building Consensus for Sustainability, a land use mediation and consensus building firm.
Green Edge Films highlights creative and insightful films - short and feature length - that bring to light various topics that are directly related to the Green Edge mission statement, “to educate and inspire action toward a sustainable future."
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