Michigan State University

Water: Scarcity and Abundance

Water flowing into cupped hands

Now through March 31
Main Library, 4th Floor West Wing

Water is the most important resource on earth and the key to life, food, and energy. This exhibit explores how access to fresh water varies, with arid region's scarcity contrasted against the rich water resources available in the Great Lakes and Michigan. In conjunction with campus-wide efforts to recognize and celebrate water though Water Moves MSU, this exhibit draws on materials related to water with a multidisciplinary approach, including conservation, technological innovation, governance, and safe drinking water and the Flint Water Crisis.

Exhibit produced by Eric Tans