As the Global Water Center’s Mobile Discovery Center travels the country, media outlets are covering our mission to raise awareness around the global water crisis, and show visitors how we can collectively solve this crisis. Below please find press highlights about this educational, interactive, and one-of-a-kind experience.
Capri Loegering is home schooling her three kids for the first time this year, and while searching for fun and educational opportunities, she came across a new 25,000-square-foot traveling exhibit in Edina all about the worldwide water crisis.
The roughly 25,000-square-foot Mobile Discovery Center is set up outside the Springfield mall through Aug. 22. According to the Global Water Center, lack of safe water impacts a third of the world’s population or 2.2 billion people…
Running the tap and filling a glass with drinkable water is something many folks can enjoy at any moment. One nonprofit is traveling the country to bring awareness to the 2.2 billion people who can’t…
An interactive educational exhibit about the importance of safe water opens Wednesday at Grapevine Mills mall. The Global Water Center Mobile Discovery Center is a free showcase that highlights the “importance of safe water in our world and its essential relationship to life,” according to the city of Grapevine.
The Global Water Center is bringing its interactive Mobile Discovery Center to Grapevine Mills Mall beginning July 21. The exhibit is free-of-charge to the public and will be open at Grapevine Mills from July 21-25 and July 28-Aug. 1.
Lack of safe water is life-threatening and affects one-third of the world’s population – 2.2 billion people. Every 37 seconds a person dies from a preventable waterborne illness, totaling more than 2,300 per day, and 800,000 each year. The global water crisis is urgent and enormous, but solvable.
The Global Water Center is bringing its Mobile Discovery Center to Katy Mills this month. The educational and interactive experience brings attention to the global water crisis through 25,000 square feet of interactive displays and activities.
In a city like Katy with ample clean water, the severity of the global water crisis is almost incomprehensible. So to raise awareness for the crisis, an international nonprofit is bringing an immersive water crisis exhibit to Katy Mills Mall…
The Global Water Center has opened at the Mall of Georgia a Mobile Discovery Center that is part of an effort to help end the world’s water crisis by building consensus around generally accepted safe water practices.