GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks with Wayne Ferreira of EcoloBlue about water extracting from air. Wayne started his career as a professional tennis player at the young age of 18. While on the pro tennis circuit, the he had more on his mind than tennis which serendipitously lead to his next career. He became […]
Author: Sean Daily
- Blue Energy
- Bottled Water
- Climate Change
- Drinking Water
- Freshwater Ecosystems
- Marine Life
- News and Events
- Sponsored Post
- Water at Home
- Water at the Office
- Water Conservation
- Water in the Media
- Water Use Quick Tips
GreenTalk Radio Host Sean Daily talks about greywater with Laura Allen, co-author of “Guerrilla Greywater Girls Guide to Water” about her work towards a sustainable water future for all.
GreenTalk Radio Sean Daily speaks to Denise Russo of Thirst Aid Live. The lack of clean, safe drinking water is presently one of the most critical issues for much of the world’s population, and a full-blown crisis for many of the world’s poor nations. Consider this staggering fact: According to UNICEF and the UN, on […]
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily speaks with Ryan Hreljac, of Ryan’s Well. At the age of 6, he began his active life of advocacy for water-poor communities in 1998 when he determinedly focused his sights on building a single well for a dry village in Africa.
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks to Stephanie Thornton of the EPA about their WaterSense program. Much like the EnergyStar program, WaterSense seeks to help Americans to save water and protect the environment by creating product efficiency standards that manufacturers must meet in order to receive the WaterSense certification label on their products.
Conclusion of GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily’s conversation with American independent filmmaker Sam Bozzo of Purple Turtle Films about his new award-winning documentary on the global water crisis, “Blue Gold: World Water Wars“. Part 2 of a 2-part series (listen to Part 1).
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks with American indy filmmaker Sam Bozzo of Purple Turtle Films about his new award-winning documentary on the global water crisis, “Blue Gold: World Water Wars“.
In one of the more tragic stories related to water shortage in recent history, some 1,500 farmers in India’s agricultural state of Chhattisgarh committed mass suicide in response to the devastating effects of water shortages on their crop production.
Host Sean Daily talks with filmmaker Irena Salina, director of the documentary “FLOW: How Did a Handful of Corporations Steal Our Water?” about the global water crisis and her experience making the film. Wired Magazine referred to the documentary as the “scariest movie at the Sundance Film Festival” after its screening there in 2008. The […]
A new feature-length documentary film directed by Sam Bozzo and narrated by Malcolm McDowell called Blue Gold: World Water Wars is screening in film festivals across the world, and will soon be released on DVD in North America.
If youâ€™re an alternative energy advocate seeking for ways to green your living and you happen to live by a river or creek, you might be in luck. We all know energy is generated by building dams over giant underwater turbines, but this technology doesnâ€™t have to be built on such large scales. Micro hydro […]
Water has always been a precious commodity, but the recent rise in frequent water shortages and droughts due to climate change emphasizes the importance of everyday water conservation. Despite the atmospheric consequences of global warming, rainstorms continue…so why let all that water go to waste? Cisterns have a long history, spanning several thousand years. The […]