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How Flowform can improve the world's water
Mon 24 October 2016, 20:00 – 22:00 BST
Flowform technology has revolutionary capacities to improve water quality on our planet. It was pioneered by John Wilkes from Emerson College, from which it has spread around the world, and is now on the cusp of large-scale growth. Ian will share the inspiring story of its history, applications and next steps.
About Ian Trousdell
Ian Trousdell studied many aspects of anthroposophy at Emerson College from 1975 until 1979, with a special interest in the methods of spiritual science, Waldorf Education and sculpture, which led to his work with John Wilkes in the development of Flowform water technology in New Zealand and the Pacific Rim to which he returned after his studies. Since 2011 he has been living at Emerson College, continuing the water-related work of John Wilkes at his request.