It takes almost seven times more water to manufacture and transport a bottle of water than is in the bottle itself.
As we watch the empty vessels of an ever-increasing array of bottled drinking waters wash up on our beaches, one may ask how has the most basic of human rights become an instrument of commercial greed and ecological damage? Join our discussion to uncover how global society was persuaded that bottled is better and why science may convince us otherwise.
This event is part of the Water Talks conversation series, presented with support from the State Library of Queensland.
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State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia