Upcoming in St. Charles, Mo.
Global Freshwaters Summit: Its St. Louis Beginnings and Future Plans
Presentation by Laura Madden.
Join us to learn about the 2021 Global Freshwaters Summit which took place in St. Louis and focused on the Missouri-Mississippi confluence. The second summit, which will focus on the Tigris-Euphrates Confluence in Iraq, is being planned for 2024.
Time and Place
Wednesday, November 8, 2023
Bike Stop Cafe
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Presentation by Laura Madden
Wednesday, November 8th, 2023
- 7 p.m. presentation (6 p.m. Social Hour)
- Bike Stop Cafe in St. Charles
Hosted by the Greenway Network
The 5-day Global Freshwaters Summit was held in 2021 in partnership with the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis. Recognized by the U.N. as one of Earth’s pre-eminent freshwater biomes, the Great Rivers Mississippi-Missouri Confluence served as the inaugural freshwater biome to help make visible—amplify and embolden—the interconnectivity of our river ecosystems, economic prosperity, food security, racial and economic justice, science, history, culture, community, AND Earth resilience. The second summit, which will focus on the Tigris-Euphrates Confluence in Iraq, is being planned for 2024.
Laura Madden is a Greenway Network Board Member, and Principal, Phoenix Consults and River Ambassador, Global Being Foundation.
Take I-70 East to I-170 E/S 5th Street in Saint Charles. Take exit 229B from I-170 East.
Continue on South 5th Street.
Turn Right onto Boone’s Lick Road.
Turn Left onto S Riverside Drive.
Turn into the parking lot.
There is a parking lot available along with street parking.