One World One Water

Denver Water funds One World One Water Center

Denver Water funds One World One Water Center

MSU Denver’s One World One Water Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardship announced last month that it is continuing its collaboration with Denver Water, which is providing $20,000 to the center. The funding from Denver Water, which contributed a similar amount last year, will help the center in its stated mission of educating Coloradans […]

One World, One Water promotes cooperation in water allocation

One World, One Water promotes cooperation in water allocation

MSU Denver’s One World, One Water Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardship hosted a water conflict resolution workshop at St. Cajetan’s Oct. 14. Tom Cech, director of OWOW, said the workshop focused on water resources in the Denver area and across Colorado. It highlighted challenges and opportunities for cooperation that are possible — even […]

One World One Water raises awareness through art

The world’s most abundant resource is becoming scarcer in our own backyard. It seems ridiculous that the thought of the Colorado River running dry in certain areas is even a possibility, but soon, it could be a serious problem. On Feb. 25 and 26, MSU Denver’s Center for Urban Water Education and Stewardships held its […]

Roadrunners give back to community

Roadrunners give back to community

Metro’s “One World One Water” campaign has spilled into many campus projects and organizations this year, the most recent being Auraria’s third annual Roadrunners Give Back Day April 21. In the past, Roadrunners Give Back Day was organized outside of Metro and in partnership with Comcast for their annual Comcast Cares Day, which began in […]

Water-inspired sculpture drops on campus

[media-credit id=252 align=”alignnone” width=”600″][/media-credit] Denver sculptor Rik Sargent pauses to connect with his 1.5 ton bronze “One World One Water” sculpture moments after its permanent installation in front of the Student Success building April 18. The massive piece was commissioned and donated by Valerie Gates. It spent six months on display at the Bozeman Public […]