Water is Power!

Our work during the fall 2015 semester involved regional analysis of intersections between energy production and socio-ecological impacts in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Our main case study was the Cove Point Liquified Natural Gas Export Terminal and the vibrant social movements in opposition to the terminal construction called We Are Cove Point and Calvert Citizens for a Healthy Community.

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Global Water Justice

Students are studying abroad in spring of 2016. See our travel blogs from Germany, Ecuador, Nepal, Panama, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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Local Water Justice

In the fall of 2016, our Living Learning Community will engage with community organizations on initiatives that will allow us to integrate and build upon experiences from the previous year. Contact mbrook@richmond.edu for details if you would be interested in attending the final showcase of our work in April of 2016.

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