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Brave Blue World is the first honest, hopeful documentary to paint an optimistic picture of how humanity is successfully adopting new technologies and innovations to fundamentally rethink how we manage water. Producers of the 50 minute documentary film have been on an incredible journey to meet with pioneers and innovators who are addressing global water and sanitation challenges.The film highlights scientific and technological advancements that have been taking place to ensure the world’s population has access to clean water and safe sanitation services and the environment is protected.The documentary uses real-life stories with proven outcomes to challenge commonly held assumptions about water. Their stories, the sort that never make the news, reveal a bright future for our most precious resource. We are at a momentous tipping point in the history of mankind’s relationship with water and the future is better than we think it is – the Brave Blue World Foundation serves to take this message to as many viewers as possible.Narrated by actor Liam Neeson, Brave Blue World features scientists, engineers and activists from around the world, including actor Matt Damon, co-founder of global nonprofit Water.org and actor/musician Jaden Smith. https://www.braveblue.world“How lucky are we that we’re the ones who get to solve this. In 100 years, people are gunna wish they were alive when they could solve a problem this big.”- Matt Damon, co-founder, Water.org.Please join us for the 17th Annual Virtual Palouse Basin Water Summit on Thursday, Oct. 22 from 6 - 8 pm for this important community conversation about our Palouse Basin water supplies.Besides the documentary film, the Summit will also feature local water experts and scientists who will share information about our Palouse Basin water resources including Korey Woodley, PBAC Executive Manager. Additionally, Dr. Robin Nimmer, Senior Hydrogeologist with Alta Science and Engineering, will discuss her current work on identifying additional water supplies within the basin. Pullman and Moscow water officials will also provide updates on local water conservation programs.“The 2020 Summit will be the first time we’ve gone virtual and we encourage our community members to engage with us via Facebook Live on the Palouse Water Summit Facebook Page. We’ll also record the event and make available on other social media platforms as well,” notes Summit co-founder Jon Kimberling.For more information, visit: www.palousebasinwatersummit.org or visit and like our Facebook page!