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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:
The Master of Arts and Liberal Arts & Sciences is
See the 2013 Dia de los Muertos
Altars using the theme of water!
New - Solutions Page
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Water Lives in Words (PDF)
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The Common Experience News Hub
Water fight pits farmer against farmer
SACRAMENTO — Forget farmers vs. fishermen — or south state vs. north state. California's current water war is being waged most intensely by farmers against fellow farmers. It's a Central Valley civil war. And within that vast food-producing ...
Unilever Invests in China Water-Purification Company
Unilever is investing in water purification in China as environmental concerns are rising. China's state-run Xinhua News Agency has reported that 55% of the country's ground water is polluted. Unilever bought a majority stake in Chinese water-purification ...
Drinking water taste, odor might change as utilities make temporary switch to chlorine
Residents and businesses in the District, Arlington and the northeast part of Fairfax County might notice a slight change in the taste and smell of their drinking water over the next couple months as the water is disinfected with chlorine, utility ...
‘Water by the Spoonful’ dispenses measured fury
Addiction binds together the disparate characters of Quiara Alegria Hudes’s “Water by the Spoonful,” but an even more tenacious adversary has a hold on them: shame, of a kind that simmers and festers and disturbs dreams and stokes a rage ...
Fukushima Watch: Questions and Answers on Contaminated Water
They have already suffered huge damage to their business and fear a further hit to the reputation of Fukushima fish. Q: Is there any health risk for people on North America’s West Coast? A: Probably not, say experts. The question was raised by ...
Water main break impacts schools, businesses in Brodhead
BRODHEAD, Ky. (WKYT) - People in a Rockcastle County City had to make some adjustments at home and work Tuesday because of a water main break. It nearly emptied Brodhead’s water tanks and forced the city's elementary school to stay closed on ...
Contaminated Water from Fukushima Might Be Released into the Ocean
the company is to invest in a 2-kilometer (roughly 1.24 miles) long frozen wall that would surround all the nuclear reactors on site. According to Akira Ono, the nuclear plant's manager, dealing with the contaminated water that has accumulated at the ...
Contaminated water still troubles Japan nuke plant
OKUMA, Japan (AP) — The radioactive water that has accumulated at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant remains the biggest problem hampering the cleanup process three years after the disaster. The Fukushima Dai-ichi plant has stabilized substantially ...
Poll code to delay Water Board's Rs 1,400 cr schemes
HYDERABAD: The model code of conduct has poured cold water on schemes planned by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) to serve its eight lakh customers. The Water Board could suffer the most due to the poll code ...
S. Africa Water Companies Must Ensure Supply to Poor, Group Says
South African water companies have a duty to supply poor households in the country regardless of their ability, according to a state-backed commission. “Private companies contracted to provide access to water should understand this basic ...
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