Since our current concept of water -- as a resource to be exploited -- has gotten us into trouble, let's explore other ways of thinking about water. Let's re-imagine what water can mean to us both in our daily lives while taking a shower, and in our reflections about our place in the world and our relationship to Nature. Sounds good, doesn't it? But where to begin?
Our program on Re-Imagining Water addresses three themes that together can help stimulate our collective imaginations to see water differently and value water more intimately:
Seeing Water applies the visual arts and creative urban design to make water more visible in daily life.
Re-Imagining Agriculture adopts an ethics framework to rethink how we grow our food (and what food we grow).
Rivers to Oceans promotes the geographic and ethical awareness that the earth's waters are interconnected...