Water documentary 'Tapped' to be screened in San Ramon Comments on Stories, posted by , a resident of , on May 10, 2011 at 10:19 am
Sustainable San Ramon, the San Ramon Library and Generation Green are sponsoring a June 5 showing of the award-winning movie "Tapped." The movie asks the question of whether access to clean drinking water is a basic human right, or a commodity that can be bought and sold.
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Posted by Roz Rogoff, the San Ramon Observer, on May 31, 2011 at 1:44 pm Roz Rogoff is a member (registered user) of San Ramon Express
I hope to make it because you know my interest in water issues, but that's the weekend of the GoodGuys Summer Get-Together in Pleasanton. I went to the one in March but the weather was so bad I left early. It looks like the weather is getting bad again.
On the one hand I love the rain because it fills up my water barrels, but I would like the car show to be sunny this weekend. So if it is nice on Saturday, I'll skip Sunday and go to the film.
It doesn't matter to me if water is sold by utilities like East Bay MUD or Zone 7 or a private company like Nestle. As you know I believe in owning my own water, and everyone can do that with barrels and filters. We shouldn't be under the control of any of them.