Climate Change And Its Effect On Water Panel Discussion

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Join Houston Center for Photography on World Water Day for an evening of art and dialogue, where the guests in our panel will discuss climate change and its effects on water, as represented in our current exhibition "In the Wake".

Along with our moderator, HCP's Director of Exhibition and Programs - Caroline Docwra, the panelist include Caleb Cain Marcus, Exhibiting Artist; David Crossley, Houston Tomorrow; Jim Blackburn, Environmental Lawyer/Rice University; Bob Randall, Urban Harvest; Shawn McFarland, Transition Houston.

Caleb Cain Marcus is a New York City–based photographer who's work defines and describes the physicality of space among living things.

David Crossley is Senior Fellow, former President, and founder of Houston Tomorrow, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all the people of the Houston region through research, education, and discussion.

Jim Blackburn has been a practicing environmental lawyer and planner since 1973. He is a Professor in the Practice of Environmental Law in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Rice University, where he teaches courses in sustainable design and environmental law and is the Director of the Undergraduate Minor in Energy and Water Sustainability.

Bob Randall he was one of the eight founders of Urban Harvest in 1994 and was Executive Director from its beginning until he retired after 21 years of leadership (including Urban Harvest’s predecessor at the Interfaith Hunger Coalition) in early 2008. As such, Bob has played a major local and national role in the development of area community gardens, school gardens, farmers’ markets, organic gardening classes, organic landscaping.

Shawn McFarland is a green architect and Permaculture designer. She has practiced architecture in Houston for more than 30 years. A long time Houston native, she teaches Permaculture Design through the local non-profit Urban Harvest.
Reception will start at 6:00pm. Drinks and light snacks will be served.

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