Chair Christopher Martin of the UW-Green Bay Philosophy faculty invites one and all to take part in an interdisciplinary discussion at 7 p.m. this Wednesday (Feb. 4) for the monthly meeting of The Philosophers’ Café, this time at St. Brendan’s Inn in downtown Green Bay. The topic is “Water Scarcity,” with Prof. Kevin Fermanich of NAS serving as guest speaker. The event’s organizers promise that Fermanich will “quench our intellectual thirst” as he addresses the often overlooked issue of diminishing quantity, quality and access to fresh water. “Join us as we drink in the optimism of fresh water’s future or drown in the sorrows of its demise.” Free and open to all. Read more.
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