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Environmental Justice and Water
Water Supply in San Diego County
Water Lives in Words: Ofelia Zepeda
Global and Local Perspectives on Water
Water Sovereignty, and Social Justice
Water Works: Art Exhibit
Water Cooperation: The Jungle Book
Experience Food 2014-15
Announcing the 2013-14 Common Experience Theme. Download the call for proposals (PDF).
Submit your film for a chance to have it featured on the big screen in select theaters during the summer 2014 as part of the City of San Diego’s Waste No Water Campaign!
Water Wars: Environmental Exploitation, Resource Scarcity, and Human Rights
The Master of Arts and Liberal Arts & Sciences is offering a course this Spring Semester at SDSU! Click here for more information.
E3’s Drink Responsibly Campaign
The Enviro-Business Society is forming an initiative to ban the consumption of single-use water bottles on the SDSU campus and encouraging students and faculty to drink from the tap. Click here to find out more.
There it is – Take It!
Click here to access a self-guided tour of the Owens Valley and Los Angeles Aqueduct.
The Water Conservation Garden
Visit the WCG at Cuyamaca College to learn about techniques in saving precious water!
MALAS 600B: Water Wars:
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Altars using the theme of water!
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Water Lives in Words (PDF)
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The Common Experience News Hub
California farmers to get more water
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Drought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday. The Department of Water Resources said it is ...
Teen accused of peeing in Oregon reservoir says water isn’t tainted
An Oregon teen accused of taking a leak in a reservoir is pissed over officials moving to flush 38 million gallons of drinking water, claiming not one drop of his pee made it over the wall. Dallas Swonger, 18, told the online news magazine Vocativ that he ...
Portland water supply to be flushed after teen urinates into reservoir
(CNN)-- The city of Portland, Oregon, has been forced to dump millions of gallons of drinking water. Why? Because someone urinated into a water reservoir. Surprising still, this isn't the first time this has happened. The latest incident took place about 1 ...
Throwing Away Good Water
[Heads up for the overly sensitive: I'm going to talk about pee, piss, taking a leak, and other euphemisms for urine and urination. But hey, you all do it.] Man urinates in reservoir, "ruins" 38M gallons of water. That was the headline in an article in the ...
Will EPA water grab tip US back into recession?
Quietly last month -- in the midst of Ukraine, the search for flight MH 370, David Letterman’s retirement and the final hours of March Madness -- Washington witnessed a ruling that will affect all of our lives: the redefinition of water under the Clean ...
Drought-stricken Calif. farmers to get more water
FRESNO, Calif. – Drought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease water cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday. The Department of Water Resources said it is ...
A mother's grief: 'My daughter's in the water'
Jindo, South Korea (CNN)-- Through the unrelenting rain, with the biting winds whipping against her tear-stained face, Christine Kim stands on the cold, gray harbor. "Inside that water," she says, pointing to the choppy waves on the Yellow Sea, "there are ...
Larrazabal Jumps Into Water to Escape Hornets
Lee Westwood jumped out to a four-shot lead and Pablo Larrazabal jumped into a water hazard to escape hornets during the Malaysian Open second round on Friday. Westwood moved closer to ending a two-year winless drought in adding a 6-under-par 66 to his ...
Water, water everywhere - All of it to drink?
Even in drought, more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface is covered by water. But how much of it is safe to drink? Potentially almost all of it, thanks to procedures that remove salt and other impurities. Desalination is the removal of those foreign ...
Health Officials to Propose Tighter Monitoring of Water Tanks
In a reversal, New York City health officials are proposing stronger oversight of rooftop water tanks, which supply drinking water to millions of residents and workers each day but are often neglected by their owners. The city’s Department of Health and ...
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